Recently released from jail, Andrés experiences an emotional rupture from his 12-year-old son, José Ramón, following a dark family tragedy that nobody is bold enough to confront. Also, a victim of the same non-communication, the boy's grandmother tries her best at normalizing their lives, but she had neither counted on the incapacity of Andrés at forgetting the past nor the increasingly peculiar behavior of José Ramón. All three of them awkwardly attempt to suture the rift, only to worsen the situation with every attempt, leading them slowly to the brink of a new and permanent disaster.
A three voice silence
Did You Know?
For the 'dead cat' scene, the cat (whose real name was Satan, and for the exact reasons mentioned by the boy in the film), was given a little dose of tranquilizer by the vet for the scene. But, famously lazy, the cat took this opportunity to sleep for a further 4 hours. He was entirely asleep for the next 'your cat smells' scene (deleted in shorter version). See more