We are taken to the small town in the interior of Argentina to meet Daniel, a young man who is bored with his job at the chicken processing plant where he works, and with his life. He is always late, and his boss lets him know. The highlight of his existence is watching a television program where Sabrina Love, a porn star, invites her viewers to enter a contest to spend a night with her, selected from the best letter she receives about what the winner would like to do with her. Daniel's parents have been killed in a tragic accident when the truck they used for the business suffers an accident.
Daniel is the winner! He has little money and must travel far in order to receive his prize. We watch him on the road that also involves swimming from one of the boats that traverse a big river. Along the way, he meets a few people, like the hoodlums that terrorize him and take his money. He also encounters a kind trucker who advises him on having safe sex and gives him condoms. Also, Carmelo, an unemployed man who befriends him and tells him about the perils of the big city.
Daniel has a brother in Buenos Aires. Enrique, is gay, and lives with a woman photographer, as her assistant. Daniel has not told Enrique about their parents' death. When he finally gets to meet Sabrina Love, he is in a state of bliss, although his involvement with her will be short lived. In the end, in spite of having had his first sexual experience, Daniel feels lost within Buenos Aires and decides the city is not for him. In the process, Daniel learns a lot about himself and the world outside his little town.
Tomas Fonzi is wonderful as Daniel, the young guy who grows up suddenly after he takes a trip of discovery. Cecilia Roth makes another excellent appearance in this film. Fabian Bena, who plays the gay Enrique, is also good. Mario Paolucci, is Carmelo. Giancarlo Giannini and Norma Aleandro have small parts in the film.
Alejandro Agresti shows he had a vision in bringing all the elements together in this winning film.