The 9-year-old Finn lives with his father in the countryside. He plays football with his best friend, Erik. Finn would like to make music, but his father wants him to play football, just like all the other boys. Finn doesn’t understand why, but his father refuses to talk about it. Near an abandoned farm, Finn meets an old man who plays the violin so beautifully and Finn is enchanted by him immediately. While his father thinks he is playing football, Finn is secretly going to the farm to practice. His best friend Erik thinks he’s mad. Is Finn the only one who can see how enchanting music can be? Or is something else going on?
Frans Weisz began his studies at the theatre school, but he quit after one year to go to Amsterdam Film Academy. He was awarded a scholarship from the Italian film school, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. He directed such feature films as Happy End (2009), Boy Ecury (2003), Storm in Mijn Hoofd (2001), Leedvermaak (1989) and Charlotte (1981).