Juan and his urban family live in the Mexican countryside, where they enjoy and suffer in a world apart. Nobody knows if these two worlds are complementary or if they are striving to eliminate one another.
A family in the Mexican countryside raises fighting bulls. Esther is in charge of running the ranch, while her husband Juan, a world-renowned poet, raises and selects the animals. When Esther becomes infatuated with a horse trainer named Phil, the couple struggles to weather the ensuing emotional crisis.
Soccer seen through the eyes of some of the best filmmakers in the world, taken from powerful and emotional stories shot in in different countries.
Ten different voices join together to create a contemporary vision of the Revolution in Mexico. There is not only one interpretation presented of this historic event, but rather a wide range of views about the concept of revolution — its social significance as well as its more intimate, personal meaning. These stories try to offer a plural perspective through varied aesthetic perceptions that enrich our collective imagination.
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