Spain, the summer of 1993. After the death of her parents, Frida, a six-year-old girl, leaves Barcelona and her grandparents, moving to her new adoptive family in the country. Adopted by her uncle Esteve and Aunt Marga, Frida discovers her new environment, an old farmhouse in a mountainous area, close to a dense forest. Her new adoptive parents turn out to be friendly, and another good thing is that they have a three-year-old daughter named Anna, who can become her play partner. For another child less traumatized than uprooted Frida, it would be the most idyllic place to stay, in other words, a permanent vacation. But Frida is affected and if there are unquestionably good moments in her new home, there is the unexpressed pain that makes her feel both sad and behaving ugly. Fride is hard to manage the death of her parents and to adapt to her new life. Before the end of summer spent in the province, the girl must learn to control her emotions, and her parents must learn to keep her as their own daughter. Will Frida overcome the problems?