From Ludovico the Moro to Cesare Borgia. From the fall of the Sforza to the Valentine's ascent. It is the path that Leonardo makes on horseback in the 1500s in a country torn apart by the rivalries of princes and kings who contend with the territory. He is the unmistakable witness of dramas and tragedies that do not undermine his main aspiration: to achieve perfection in his works. Whether the Cenacle or the Horse, dedicated to Francesco Sforza, his angels or his madons. Very sweet is the memory of her mother Catherine, determining the encounter with Verrocchio, with whom she shares a charge of sodomy.