Chad and Alin have a story. They've known eachother since highschool, but they never liked eachother. Chad always thought that Alin was immature, cute, but sexually boring. The other way around wasn't better, Alin found Chad cocky, and an idiot that knows how to take advantage of his looks.But life moves on, and out of highschool both of them share equally disturbing heartbreaks. One night, after many years of resisting, they truly see eachother and find out that their lives have changed them. A lot of tension builds up, and they end up finding challenges worth fighting for.
With children in the way, ex's and a lot of drama, will they risk to fight against all odds and stay together?
It is said that all stories have two sides; if that is so, how can we have proper knowledge of something that is or isn't true? What is it that defines the truth?
All our lives we've been told that something it's either good or evil, light or darkness, heaven or hell, but if every version has two sides, two perspectives, how can we trust something that's been manipulated, rewritten, over and over again? And if, in fact, we can't, how can we define it as the righteous?
- "They taught you what their parents taught them, to live peacefully amongst the ones of your kind, to submit. It doesn't mean that's right." - he said whilst playing with the mug. - " Not everything it's black and white, some things can only be explained if you're able to accept grey."