A group of long-time friends reunite to spend a day out of town. The afternoon is taken by infinite conversations on nothingness, life and how the ideals of youth have been postponed until further notice. Political activism, passionate discussions on film and literature, have been replaced by get-togethers with costly wines, cynicism and temperate ideology. The story of six thirty-something friends who are already burdened by a certain disenchantment at themselves: the disillusion in realizing that the future has already arrived and we never became what we had intended to become.
Born in Argentina, in 1974. During his teenage years, he and his family lived in exile in Italy, where they stayed throughout most of the Argentinian military dictatorship. He started out as an actor. He studied acting and was a student and assistant to important Buenos Aires theater directors before becoming a director himself. In recent years, he has split his time between theater, commercials and writing. This is his first feature.