Javier’s life sucks, he’s an out of work Creative Director and his relationship of 3 years with Sofia is over. He’s the only one that is oblivious to the reasons. He’s unlikeable but entertaining. He’s that jerk everyone knows but are still friends with.
An old country house is put up for sale. Laura and her dad Wilson are hired by Nestor the owner to clean and repair it. When the father investigates noises emanating from upstairs, Laura hears a struggle and finds her dad dead and that she’s locked in with the killer. The entire film is done in a single long take.
Rosario Tijeras is the story of a beautiful gun toting seductress in Medellin Columbia. It’s 1989 and Rosario is brought bleeding into a hospital by her friend Antonio. Her life slipping away, the scene flashes back to when they first met.
The residents of a Crystal Line need a new sewer. In the summer, the stench from the river is unbearable in the small Brazilian town. There’s no funding for a sewer but there is a cultural grant to make a movie. The citizens decide that a film about sewers is exactly what they need.
Andrés is a 30ish travel writer based in Berlin. He’s back in Santiago, the city of his youth after being away for 10 years. He drops in at a birthday party, when he’s told his ex is at there. Andrés’ demeanour changes, as conflicting emotions flood in.
Fausta is afraid of the world; a legacy from her mom’s violent experience at the hands of Shining Path terrorists. The stories are so frightful, she protects herself from men by growing a potato in her vagina.
Gigante is a story of love from afar or at least by CCTV. Jara works as a nightclub doorman on weekends and is a security officer in a Montevideo supermarket. He’s smitten with with a clumsy cleanor named Julia. He really wants to know Julia but doesn’t know where to begin.
Three friends go hiking in the Chilean Andes. When one of them breaks her ankle, the other two carry her to help. What they find is a a goat farm, it’s occupied but no one is there. A man attacks them with a shovel and knocks them all out. When they wake up they find themselves in a nightmare. That’s the entire plot, sorry this film is that lame.
Daniel and Julio are brothers but not paternal ones. Julio’s single mom found Daniel abandoned in a garbage pile. With great love the two boys are brought up as brothers. 16 years later, fortune smiles on them when a scout for Caracas FC spots them playing football and offers them a tryout.
Raimundo is a hick from the countryside. His speech certainly gives it away, it’s slow and monotone. People will either want to help or bully him. However, underneath that simple demeanour is a devious mind.
Two women meet on a bus from Equador’s capitol Quito to southern city Cuenco. Almost immediately, the trip ends before it starts; a general strike by native Indians has closed all major roads. The ladies take to their feet and hitchhike, finding friends and adventure along the way.
The film is a dramatization of diaries written by Ernesto “Che” Guevara and Alberton Granado during their 1952 trip across South America. For Che, the trip would shape his world views, foster thoughts of armed rebellion and change nations.