This black comedy is about average people who live in Buenos Aires and are having a hard time making a living. In the beginning, Hernn (Ignacio Toselli) helps his brother and his wife get ready for a their big move to Spain. His parents are forced to leave Argentina in order to escape the ravages of the country's economic crisis. Ignacio Toselli as Hernn.. Hernn is left alone in the Buenos Aires suburbs. He works at an agency delivering messages on a small motorcycle. One day, at a gas station, he meets Pato (Mariana Anghileri), an attractive woman working the pumps. Hernn invites Pato to rent the room his brother vacated. Pato is a mysterious young woman. She realizes Hernn likes her and she decides to go along in returning his advances. Yet, Hernn is quite surprised when he comes home one night. Pato's parents and her young daughter have moved in without giving Hernn a warning. The father, Venancio (Oscar Nuez), a slick character, thanks Hernn, who thinks the move-in is temporary. However, it seems that Pato's parents have come to stay. Dispossession laws in Argentina can be quite lengthly and costly. Venancio and his wife turn the kitchen into a small bakery making churros that are sold on the streets. Nothing that Hernn does to get rid of Pato's family who occupy the house. That is until he takes matters into his own hands and scares Pato's family. Pato, who is not able to have a relationship with Hernn, is being pursued by a handsome young man, Jose Luis (Marcelo Nacci), a client at the gas station. Pato realizes a her chance when she discovers that Jose Luis is much wealthier than Hernn. In one scene we see Venancio, his wife and the young girl appearing at Jose Luis' building. In the next scene, Venancio is seated at the dinner table thanking Jose Luis with the same speech he used to thank Hernn.