It would be best if you went to this movie knowing nothing about it so that it could simply unfold for you. Writer/director Javier Fuentes-León steers his first film with such a steady hand that — even as the dead and the living intermingle — the story remains anchored in the characters' emotions. Miguel (Cristian Mercado) adores both his wife, Mariela (Tatiana Astengo), and his lover, Santiago (Manolo Cardona). But he can't keep them both: in Miguel's gorgeous, remote Peruvian fishing village, everyone knows too much about one another and social rules cannot be broken. Santiago wants Miguel to come away with him. They argue. Then there is an accident, but we don't realize it right away. The rest of the film is inevitable, but not easy: Fuentes-León tells a story of loss, and the process by which a man discovers who he is by observing what he loves.