|Producer:||Bernardo Barreto, Mario Patrocinio|
|Screenwriter:||Bernardo Barreto, Martin Preusche|
|Cast:||Pierre Santos, Mariana Molina, Débora Duboc, Mário Hermeto, Aline Fanju|
Isabela (Mariana Molina) is the daughter of a powerful Brazilian politician. Despite growing up enjoying social privilege and surrounded by luxury, she falls in love with Giovani (Pierre Santos), founder of an alternative community located in the countryside of Brazil, aimed at sustainability and free love. Isabela, fascinated by this different world, leaves everything behind to seek a different lifestyle. After having lived for four years in that community, Isabela decides to pay a visit to her family on Father's Day. She brings along Giovani and introduces her boyfriend to the family.
What Isabela does not expect is that just on this day of the return to her roots, the news shakes the country about her father’s involvement in one of the biggest corruption scandals ever hit Brazil. What was supposed to be a pleasant family gathering, becomes a nightmare for Isabela who has no alternative but to face and confront the ghosts of her past.
While most of the story takes action inside the family mansion, surrounded by the press and protesters screaming abuse outside the gate, Giovani’s unwillingness to conform with the norms of “polite society” shocks the family. However, in the end it turns out that it is not Giovani who is the black sheep of the family.