Laras, a young teacher, tries to explain to his father Prasojo, who is a retired teacher, about freedom to learn. For Prasojo, education must be appropriate to the times, the results are measurable and proven. For him, independence must be understood first before you can exercise it. Giving independence to today's children seems like neglect. Laras feels that this is the time for him to be independent, to escape from his father's shadow, especially his father's doctrine regarding conventional educational views. Because he has to convey freedom of learning to his students at school and to his son Kinant at home.