Lucía is a girl who leaves the village where her mother lives––a mother she can’t get along with––and tries to make her way in the big city. There she makes friends with Talita, a nursing student. Together, they share their joys, upsets, and hopes. Lucía works as a waitress and cook in restaurants trying to make a living. But everything takes a turn when she gets pregnant by Horacio, a young intellectual with iconoclastic ideas who will soon abandon her. Solitude, economic strife, and unrequited love make her life a big question mark, but meeting again with a person from her past will make her look at things from a different perspective.
A brave debut about big cities, anonymity, fleeting relationships, economic precariousness, and young motherhood from an uncompromising, emotional present-day perspective.