‘ANGEL.’ is the story of a dream. But this dream doesn’t take us into a fictional world; it remains anchored in our reality. The short documentary signed by Charlotte White has the stakes of a biopic, even if it doesn’t focus on the entire career of the young singer and songwriter Indy Angel. At the same time, the project is instead an invitation to the creative process of a young woman who was not afraid to entrust her destiny to her own aspirations. Thus, the documentary has the form of a succession of testimonials and footage fragments portraying, on the one hand, the family relationships that influenced the shaping of the young artist’s personality, and, on the other hand, her providential meetings that helped her assert her creativity and sublimate her suffering. Far from aiming to depict a spectacular destiny, the director actually insists on the simplicity and naturalness with which the “protagonist” refused the path of a conventional university evolution to materialize her own desires in the music field. The surprise effect felt by the viewer occurs in a different way, precisely by the fact that the project offers us everything else but a narrative at the limit of the sensational.