The story tells about a hunter and a handsome painter named Marquez, who lives on Laska Island. He drew 99 paintings in his life. However, he did not receive any prize from the Capital's Museum. His only dream was to become a world-famous painter.
After his recent return from the capital, in his hand was the painting No. "Ninety-nine", desperate, Marquez suffered a serious mental illness that forced him to surrender for five consecutive years without drawing a single painting.
Helena, his young, charming and genius wife, takes charge of life trying her best to get food, medicine and to provide her husband with the possible conditions required for his health recovery.
Despite the challenges and difficulties of the customs and traditions of the island and the objections she encountered in the fish market as she was the first woman who worked in fishing, she could instill in her husband the spirit of determination and persistence and finally, he could draw his painting No. 100 which was strange and full of strange symbols.