On a music worthy of the jazzy spirit of New Orleans, a group of young resistants behold a mysterious woman who delivers a message to them as they await the return of one of their member.
Outside, the milicia is ready to attack.
Against all odds and thanks to a clever ploy, the two groups meet and form an alliance in which contemporary dance, writing,
music and poetry become the weapons of their redemption and pardon.
Men and women will be bound together like reflections in a mirror and their union will be the metaphorical transposition of the different aspects of gender equality: filial links, catharsis through