Here is a case where blind faith is on the line, especially because it concerns religious faith. A young nun sets upon herself the very praiseworthy and delicate task of taking consolation to two small students of her school, trying to alleviate the pain they have to support by the death of their mother, which happened in a wretched accident. As for the nun it is natural to comfort suffering people, this work is not complicated or heavy to her, as far as concerns the children as well as the bereaved father. Nevertheless, she will have to reconsider controversial, having to try to find the form in which the faith can be reconciled with her new and deep personal feelings. An interesting narrative and a delicate subject.