Coronel Vallejos is the name of the town where the famous Argentine writer Manuel Puig (author of Kiss of the Spider Woman or Pubis Angelical [Angelic Pubis]) develops the story of his novels Betrayed by Rita Hayworth and Heartbreak Tango. Puig, openly gay since his adolescence, was a militant and one of the founding members of the Frente de liberación homosexual [Homosexual Liberation Front], in 1971. Vallejos is a bitter picture of each town of the Buenos Aires Pampa that Puig portrayed with singular mastery, based on rumors and voices that he heard as a boy from his own land, General Villegas. Its inhabitants, apparently, never forgave him, and this is perhaps why the writer never came back. However, Patricia Bargero, a disabled woman who travels in a wheelchair, holder of a painful and enigmatic past and nicknamed “Puig’s widow”, will build a bridge between the Vallejos-Villegas of Puig, trying to reconcile the place with the writer.