In 1931, at the height of his artistic powers, celebrated Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein travels to Mexico to shoot a new film, privately funded by American pro-Communist sympathizers, called ¡Que viva México! Rejected by Hollywood and under pressure to return to Stalinist Russia, Eisenstein reaches Guanajuato, where he spends ten passionate days that will go on to shape the rest of his career.
A woman with aspirations to be a novice commits a sin in her early days within the religion. Now she and her son, the fruit of this sin, leave Spain to start a new life. After several years they lead a quiet life in a small town in the south of France. The Mother will try everything to prevent her son from making the same mistake as her given the intervention of the presence of an unwanted woman within her home.
To the East of Mexico City, three people have decided to break the stereotypes set by the society and build a new reality; where love, solidarity and dance are the axes.
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