Bing films his friends on their skateboard all the time. He says he wants to make a footage about it: he still doesn’t know the important value of those records and the
impact they will have in the next years. He doesn’t notice it but in front of his camera, his friends Zack and Keire have been overwhelmed by grown-up responsibilities,
almost forced to grow up too fast. Their only distraction lies on that skateboard. As a worried friend, Bing listens to his friends’ confessions but he chooses to adopt a
disillusioned gaze and day after day he keeps to testify a fragile gap as the one between the adolescence and the adult life.