Antonio is a romantic. He has not completely taken on board the fact that Greta has ended their relationship and follows her everywhere, even if only to contemplate her from afar. Up to now she has limited herself to shouting at him the moment she notices, but one evening she finds him behind her while she’s out walking the dog and it’s the final straw. Resisting the temptation to always follow her, however, is difficult. Antonio languishes and finds no peace. He tries to fill the void of his loss by tormenting himself, unable to sit still; Alfredo, his room-mate, on the other hand, terrified of losing his hair, is always intent on avoiding the gaze of others, standing on the spot and feeling sorry for himself. Antonio no longer knows where to bang his head when, one day, his cell phone unexpectedly rings: it’s her. He replies cautiously, preparing himself for a torrent of anger that never comes. Greta is in fact going through a bad patch and Antonio is the only one who can comfort her. Learning to wait is the most difficult test of youth.