Ever since Damiano discovered at school that he was colorblind and could not perceive red, he has always felt as if he was missing a piece to be complete. It happened in the relationship with his sister and with his mother, a strict woman who has always seemed unreachable, with Alex and Clizia, the friends with whom he grew up. And even with his beloved father, Vittorio, a proud producer of Rossese wine, who fell ill with Alzheimer's and from whom he kept his distance, unable to manage the pain. When the man disappears one night, in the doubt that it was an accident or that he took his own life, Damiano will have to return to Dolceacqua, a spectacular village in Ponente Ligure, made immortal by a painting by Monet. Unresolved son and adult, he will find that he has to fight to save the family winery and that he can no longer postpone the accounts with his existence.
Because it is always light that gives life to things, and there are colors in the light. It doesn't matter if we don't see them all.
What matters to him is getting out of the shadows.