A blind lady visits a card shop. She asks the shop owner for explanations and purchases some cards. From that day on, the woman frequently visits the shop. When the owner started to wonder why a blind person would want cards, something happens.
A middle-aged mother of two reflects on her emotional decision to immigrate to the United States some 30 years earlier, in this reflective documentary short that borrows its title from a uniquely powerful poem by the legendary exiled Cuban writer Lourdes Casal.
A young man, through a telephone conversation, seeks reaffirmation from his mother, for the truth about an incident involving a dead bird in his childhood.
Life comes full circle for the son when the mother restores his faith and reassures him that for that little boy - It would always remain true.
This film is a candid conversation with Tikam Chand, a passionate photographer from India who uses his ancestoral 160 year old box camera to take portraits of people on the streets of Jaipur. The film shows the ancient technique of photography on a photo paper. Fun fact: this was the 'digital camera' of 1860’s.