An unusually wise twelve year old boy attempts to save his mother's failing love life by setting her up with his handsome music teacher in director Claudio Antonioni's entry into the 2007 Montreal World Film Festival. Raul is a precocious adolescent who lives with his mother Monica - a singer in an eccentric orchestra called Orfeo that was founded by Monica's father. Lately, Monica's love life is in shambles, and this fact hasn't gone unnoticed by Raul. In attending his mother's performances, Raul concludes that she has a bad habit of pursuing relationships with the wrong kind of men. Convinced that his mother could be happy if she only found a mate who would properly care for her, Raul does his best to play matchmaker by introducing her to his music teacher Medri. Later, when the relationship takes an unexpected turn, Raul learns a valuable lesson in love that will no doubt remain with him well into adulthood.