It's Friday in Asunción and the temperature is 40ºC. Victor, a 17 years-old wheelbarrow boy, dreams of becoming famous and can't take his eyes off a TV set in Paraguay's Mercado 4. He's offered the chance to deliver seven boxes without knowing what they contain in exchange for 100$. But what sounded like an easy job soon gets complicated. Inside the boxes is something that everyone wants.
The reflections of Veronica, a young girl recently graduated in Medicine who swims in a sea of doubt and uncertainty. Not only does she question her professional career and sentimental relations, but also her ability to deal with life and the future lying ahead of her.
Juan lives in clandestinity. Just like his mum, his dad and his adored Uncle Beto, outside hi home he has another name. At school, Juan is known as Ernesto. And he meets Maria, who only has one name. A work, based on true events in the filmmaker's life, evoking love under the military dictatorship in Argentina.
Daniela is a 17 year-old born and bred in a strict Evangelical family. A rebel by nature, she tries to follow the "right path" after having been after unmasked as a fornicator by her incredulous parents. But on the road to salvation she discovers a devastating obstacle to achieving her much-desired spiritual harmony; a sex-drive irreconcilable with the canons of her religion.
Tomas, a young boy driven from Colombia's Pacific coast by the war, tries to get by in Bogota, a racist city with 8 million inhabitants. Looking for Jairo, his younger brother lost in the streets, Tomas sets out on a voyage that will test his courage in the face of the fear, nostalgia and the wounds of the past.
Maria's last day of class marks the start of a journey: she'll cross Mexico but doesn't really know why. What she does know is that this isn't a fun trip; she knows it's not something to write home about, it's something else, it's a journey that started in the depth of her dreams and in her broken heart.