The Mexican economy has collapsed: there is a shortage of labour, of will and of resources. In this universe we find Flavia (Sofía Espinosa), a rebellious, spoiled teenager who faces being forced to move back to her home town after she is not accepted at university. Her neighbour Martín (Juan Carlos Colombo), a grumpy elderly man with rigid routines, is her polar opposite. Furthermore, in the street, outside their building, there is a camp of protesters: people who have lost their livelihood, including Flavia’s love interest Sebástian (Harold Torres).
The main characters represent groups of society that the system has suddenly abandoned. As their worlds collide, they must break their individualistic order and find a sense of solidarity toward others as the only way to survive in a system that has become detached from people’s needs.