On a lark in Tijuana, a carefree Brazilian art student crosses paths with a brooding Mexican journalist, sparking a cascade of events across both Mexico and Brazil. As Dolores and Damián discover an intimate love and a mysterious spiritual heritage, they struggle with ever more costly choices.
Let's get real, this is not the first Mexican documentary as some people says, only they don't see further than what over-commercial exhibit brings. México has a lot of long and short documentary films, and this is not even close to be the greatest one of them. It has no theme (people who actually know something about movies knows that theme and story are totally different), is only one collection of happenings on Mexican boxer Chávez around his career... and that's all!! So is surprising that Luna, who has encourage to promote Mexican documentaries, bring to theaters a crap like this. If you are from out of Mexico, and you want to see some good documentaries, watch something about Juan Carlos Rulfo, Yordi Capo, the short films of Mexican students or else but this movie.
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