'Whatever they forbid us, they do it. We have to ask adults for everything, do they ask us about anything? They say to us: 'When adults talk, children go silent'. Why is this? Aren't we humans? Don't we have an opinion? Don't we have views? Don't we have rights?'. A work of Alki Zei, where children decide to inverse the rules, take power on their hands and put adults aside. In this act, dance, singing, and the world of fantasy and game are in full action.