In 1943, the Magri family is displaced at the Visconti castle in Cislago, near Varese. In this late March spring sequence, two women take a small girl for a walk in the fields nearby. The mother is Sofia, but it is the other woman, the nanny whose name we do not know, who drives the pram of the one-year-old Camilla. The nanny has an important role in the affluent families of the time: she is the caretaker and custodian of children, in the early years of their childhood. Yet this remains Mrs Camilla's only and somewhat vague memory of this woman in her work clothes, a memory that passes exclusively through these images. Images that testify to care work that has long been underestimated. The walk is filmed in colour and in the noble 16mm format by Camilla's father, Bruno Magri.