When her grandmother falls seriously ill, the 17-year-old Camila is forced to move to Buenos Aires with her mother and sister
and live in her grandmother’s apartment. She leaves behind her a public school for a traditional private school, where she
must, in this hostile environment, make room for new comrades. With great fluidity and sensitivity, the director tackles the
themes of the transition to adulthood: generational revolt, refusal to compromise, rejection of institutions, conflicting romantic
discoveries. Placing his story in very current issues such as abortion, harassment, paternalistic pressures and those of the
Church, corruption… She takes the side of an emancipating youth.