A family returns to their village to host the most important celebration in town.
An indigenous boy listens to the sound of a seashell. A man recalls his childhood and reflects on the passage of time, changes in the landscape and the disapperance of biodiversity.
Rosa López Díaz is a tsotsil woman, tortured during her pregnancy and forced to incriminate herself for a crime she didn’t commit. Her voice breaks the prison walls showing her dignity to the world.
The film portrays the path of three generations of women through their dreams and the opportunities they had in their past, but also in their present and their future.
How many ways are there to say I love you?
The trace of the past is present when three migrants return to a community in the highlands of Mixtec Oaxaca in Mexico, where their three stories intersect.