For the whole life of her Laura Paliani felt in duty to be up to her parents, her Father Luigi Di Lei, famous Orchestra Director, and her mother Olga of her, equally famous lyrical singer. And an unusual and complicated family that of Laura: one speaks little, and the music, always at the center of everything, replaces the words, approaches and removes the three. Especially Luigi, who from the confrontation with the art of beloved Mahler (nobody knows how to direct a composition of him like Paliani) comes out every time physically and psychologically drowned. And it is precisely after a mahlerian cycle that man falls into a state of deep depression that leads him into a blind alley of the soul, in which he loses forever. Laura, following profound contrasts with her mother, decides to leave home, let her trail lose and start a new life in another city, a life without music, in which the days flow the same, scores from work in a factory For slaughtering rabbits. Then one day a telegram reaches it forcing it to deal with everything that left behind, but above all to deal with itself and with the music that, finally understands, thanks to men as his father manages to connect Separate worlds, to show invisible dimensions, but not for this less true.