Make ends meet is the story of an exhibition opening in the suburbs of Rome, told through the eyes of a young hostess who is passionate about contemporary art. In much the same way as an immigrant, the eccentric protagonist – evidently fleeing from a murky past – grapples with trying to autonomously draw coordinates in which to move and make sense life. At times bluntly, at times heroically, the protagonist obstinately defends the independence and liberty of her own gaze.