«Diversity is like an elephant with a short trunk: it’s rare». These are the words of Nino, a twelve-year-old boy who, at the age of two and a half, was diagnosed with a severe, yet high-functioning form of childhood autism. After he stopped talking and looking his mother in the eyes, his inner isolation threatened his ability to interact with others and with the rest of the world more and more every day. Today, Nino is the protagonist, the “heart” of a film that deals with not only those with whom he shares his “particularity”, but with all those who, in one way or another, are different. They are different because they are marginalized, different because they belong to a minority, different because of their sexual orientation, different because they belong to a different ethnic group, religion, culture than that of the country in which they live.