Mildred and Richard Loving love each other and decide to marry. Nothing more natural – except that it is white and that it is black in the segregationist America of 1958. The State of Virginia where the Lovings have decided to settle them sues: the couple is condemned to a Sentence of imprisonment, with suspension of the sentence provided that it leaves the State. Considering that this is a violation of their civil rights, Richard and Mildred bring their case before the courts. They will go to the Supreme Court which, in 1967, breaks the decision of Virginia. From now on, the “Loving v. Virginia” judgment symbolizes the right to love each other, without any distinction of origin.