Three women from different ages and social backgrounds live in three different regions of Peru. Eva is a girl awakening to her sexuality, surrounded by the tropical climate of Amazonia. Victoria is a wealthy woman from Lima bearing a tragic secret which makes her life dull and cold like the city she lives in. Zoraida is an elderly woman from the Andean community welcoming her son after a very long absence. Three regions, three women, three stories affected by the various geographies, societies and climates of a fragmented country.
Helena is a young lawyer who divides her time between her work as an advocate for young children and teenagers at the city of Santos Court, in Brazil, and Caio, the teenager with whom she leads a harmonious and honest life. However, her relationship is put to the test when Caio commits a felony and Helena is in charge of defending him.
Pancho is a land-owner busy putting up fences and inventing new ways of exterminating hateful carps from his artificial lagoon. Stubborn in such effort, he doesn’t hesitate to go to extreme levels, risking the life of Pedro, his indigenous employee. Family and friends are amused by Pancho’s eccentricity; Mane, one of his daughters, seems to be the only one able to perceive the tension building up with the nearby Mapuche community.
I am nine years old and my hair is a mess.
I am thirty years old and have a weird son.
If I straighten it, my mummy will love me.
If he stays as such, I will hand him over to his grandma.
I hope she doesn’t abandon me.
Alex, a 16 year old teenager living with his grandma has various plans to occupy himself during the summer: writing a new song with his rock band, finding a job and having his first sexual experience. He also becomes aware that his grandma is increasingly dependent on him. As summer draws on, Alex realizes that things are going to change forever and that he will have to grow up and learn to say goodbye.