Some bad news has just arrived: profoundly nearsighted, Arnaud has to wear glasses. And not any ordinary glasses: an unrefined frame which unsticks his ears and pinches his nose, glasses so thick that his eyes seem Arthur is twenty five years old, he is an apprentice tailor in Albert’s workshop, Albert will soon retired and chose Arthur as his successor. But one evening, Arthur is taken to the theater by his friend Sylvain. He falls deeply in love with Marie-Julie, the main actress of the play. Both lovers decide to never leave each other, they launch the challenge to give up everything to live their love. But can Arthur assume letting down Albert? no more than two little black spots. Arnaud prefers by far the vague and protean world of his nearsightedness, a world populated with monsters, unicorns and the other fancies which appear according to his fertile imagination.