Immersed in the daily routine of the residence, we follow Lara and Rubia, two young auxiliaries and meet with colourful residents. Each day is a great and difficult struggle against death. Each day can be the last.
Each day, they struggle against the anxieties of Lorenza, who as sure as she feels tired and would gladly let her go to sleep also wants desperatly to live.
Each day, Segunda is telling them a different story about her life, and as Rubia tries to separate the true from the false and make Segunda remember details like names and ages, a touching, tender, and offbeat relationship grows between them.
Each day, Manuela wonders about life as she stays quietly in her corner. Until she tries to escape. Each day, Lara helps Julio to take care of his wife, and puts all her energy in making her eat. Because they won’t give up.
Between conflicts, each moment of tenderness, or laughter seems like a vibrant negation of death. Lost in time and space, we discover with them the essential of life.