Ezequiel, a sixteen-year-old gay teenager in his sexual awakening, is alone at home while his parents are traveling. His desire leads him to meet Mono, an attractive skater with whom he will fall in love without measuring the consequences. They quickly start a relationship and the situation turns unexpectedly complicated. Mono is not what it seems, and unwittingly, Ezekiel will be involved in a blackmail from which he cannot leave unharmed. A sensual story, apparently innocuous but that becomes in a subject as current as privacy and freedom.
Marco Berger has the intelligence and sensitivity to leave us with those questions, whispering, as he knows so well, another story in which taboo and desire are an essential part of the narrative drift.