Lucas (Paulo Sousa) is a young man who lives with the religious aunt Lourdes (Juliana Zancanaro) in a quiet country town. He helps his aunt by holding religious meetings with the ladies of the area, in the living room, playing biblical songs on the keyboard. This quiet life will end as soon as the charitable aunt communicates the arrival of another nephew, Mario (Thiago Cazado), just out of jail. The clash of reality between the cousins ends up causing unusual situations, and an unexpected attraction among the boys.
The film dips into gay fantasy clichés so joyfully that you end up not caring whether it's a good film or not. (Within its sub-genre, it is.) It is sexy and it puts a positive spin where others would have swerved into drama-land. 80 minutes well-spent.