It’s been six years since Mariano graduated from film school. He’s about to turn 30 and he still lives with his mom, spends most of his time watching movies and has never written a screenplay. His comfortable routine changes when his fifteen-year-old cousin, Ramiro, moves in with them. At first, Mariano tries to mold the kid in order to strengthen his own ego, but as Ramiro rejects his cousin’s impositions, their absurd quarrel intensifies with the arrival of Mariali, a fourteen-year-old cinephile. Successful stand-up comedian Roberto Andrade, better known as Tío Rober, is the star of this clever tragicomedy.
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