The life of compulsive Ramona is turned upside down when she finds out, after a long search, that Osvaldo, her only son, has died.
It is not fear of water, nor of the disturbing noises of an old creaking house. Nor is it the fear of wild hailstorms. There is something that has tormented Cristina since she was the age of her little daughter Regina and that could endanger the happiness of both of them. Because the scars of a traumatic past can be passed on to children and that is what Cristina wants to avoid at all costs but does not know how.
Mrs. Pina, a widow in her sixties who sells pozole, and her only son, a lazy man named Cruz, have created a monotonous life in a por neighborhood in Guadalajara called San Juan de Dios. Any change in the routine could be deadly.
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