A glum, middle-aged bachelor, Don Andres, is the heir of a formerly wealthy and respected Chilean family. Andres suffers from decadence and solitude. He hires young Estela in order to look after his abusive and almost crazy grandmother...
The debut feature of Argentinian director Pablo Giorgelli, this deceptively simple drama follows a lonely truck driver as he transports a load of acacia wood from Paraguay to Buenos Aires. It is a journey that Rubén (German de Silva) has made many times before, but this time will be different: he's been asked by his boss to give a lift to young Paraguayan woman Jacinta (Hebe Duarte). When he finds out at the last minute that Jacinta has brought along her baby daughter, Anahi (Nayra Calle Mamani), Rubén says nothing, but his face shows his instinctive displeasure. However, as the kilometres roll by and the silence between them becomes more companionable, Rubén's frozen inability to acknowledge or express emotion gradually begins to soften.
Roque Espinosa arrives at the University of Buenos Aires, feeling out of place. When he meets Paula, an assistant professor, he falls in love and in attemps to pursue her company and attention, enters a world that, until then, he had been indifferent to: the world of university politics ... At the top, Roque discovers a world of pure politics in which the end justifies the means every step of the way.
A bourgeois woman is driving alone on a dirt road when she becomes distracted and runs over something. In the days following this jarring incident, she becomes dazed and emotionally disconnected from the people and events in her life. She becomes obsessed with the possibility that she may have killed someone. The police confirm that there were no accidents reported in the area and everything returns to normal, until a gruesome discovery is made.