1943, a home north of Firenze. The heaviness of the world is on the shoulders of Penny, who’s around 10. A vagrant, she should watch over her younger sibling when they go to live with her close relative and uncle. Penny’s a Catholic, and stresses over her uncle’s spirit. He’s Jewish, dynamic and a nonconformist, a reasonable supervisor, and committed to his family. He can be stern, so Penny additionally stresses that she’ll never satisfy him and that he won’t love her. At that point, after the Allied powers arrive in Sicily and the Germans start their withdraw, Penny must stress over her uncle’s life. She tries rationale and advances to human conventionality. Could a youngster shield the sky from falling?