Rá, Culebro, Sere, Winny and Nano live on the streets of Medellín. The five children no longer have any contact with their families. They form a kind of fraternal clan in which they have to make their way in a parallel world without laws. In a dangerous journey between delirium and nothingness, the group leaves the city and enters the depths of the Colombian interior. There they hope to find a piece of land that Rá inherited from her late grandmother.
Erica Jong's first novel, "Fear of Flying," was a departure into self-determination for many women in 1973. For puritanical America, Jong's open treatment of her needs, her frustrations and her sexuality broke a taboo, as did the unsparing drawing of her men and herself. Swiss documentary filmmaker Kaspar Kasics visits the bestselling author and her husband in their New York apartment and country home, and accompanies the feminist icon to her second adopted home in Venice. In the process, he discovers in the almost 80-year-old lady a lively contemporary witness and in the aging couple two great lovers full of mutual indulgence.