At the point when David Wilson’s young spouse succumbs to disease, he is left a solitary working father with the sole duty of administering to his 6th grade child with a mental imbalance. Patrick, who likes to be called “Po,” is a talented however tested tyke who was near his mom and unfit to convey his own feeling of misfortune. As father and child battle to manage life after mother, they each start to pull back into their own universes. David into the high weight work he’s near losing and Po floating away from the school where he’s harassed into his supernatural dreamland, the Land of Color, where he’s only a normal lighthearted kid with a rich cast of other common sidekicks. The developing partition amongst father and child and the difficulties of single parenthood of a unique needs kid undermine to isolate David and Po for all time. In view of a genuine story, the powers of profound devotion between a lamenting father and child are tried in the most genuine path in Po.