A big colonial farmhouse in the middle of a subtropical landscape. Speakers in the garden playing a soundtrack of memories left behind.
Six friends return to the place where their friend Miguel spent his last days. They are here to pack boxes and collect things Miguel left behind. Turntables still connected to speakers, cables lying on the floor, his clothes and random belongings still spread around the house….
Miguel used to record sounds compulsively and his recordings are now playing continuously through speakers inside and outdoors. These recordings of past times played out in the present keep bringing new and unexpected meanings to their actions; and for moments it’s as tough time didn’t exist…
Pedro was Miguel’s boyfriend, he’s having a hard time coping with his absence. He splits from the group, neglecting his new boyfriend Juan.
The last time Violeta was at the farm, Miguel, her best friend, was alive and she was in a relationship with Matias. Now Miguel is not here, and Matias is together with another girl, Laura. Violeta seems not to be able to accept the changes life has imposed on her.
The sounds continue invading the space the group inhabits, pervading their thoughts and affecting their actions and they create a fine line between artifice and reality, the past and the present… The dislocation and lack of connection continues to build. The group is submerse into the subjective world of sounds.
It’s night time and Pedro loses himself deep into the forest where the past will haunt the present.