At 18, Gracia has only one dream: to play soccer.
Her passion does not go without conflicts with her entourage, because women's soccer is far from being unanimously accepted in the Central African Republic. The girls are often called "Koli-Wali", which means "half-man half-woman", or "tomboys". Gracia struggles with her mother who would like her to wear a skirt and do the household chores that are expected of women. She also runs away from the high school where she is threatened to be expelled. It does not matter. She has no time to lose for that. Only playing matters to her.