At a Latin American Presidents’ Summit in Chile where the district’s cooperations and geopolitical procedures are formed, Hernán Blanco, the leader of Argentina, carries on a political and family show. Through his child in law, he’s involved in a defilement case. On her dad’s call, Marina Blanco, goes to the Summit to discover security, to win time and to arrange an exit plan. Once the thriller begins to develop, the film floats towards an alternate course: a pursuit in their shared past, as though before, a key to comprehend the criticalness of the activity of energy could be found. The historical backdrop of a father versus that of his little girl. That past once quiet and local, turns into a threatening component, practically phenomenal, seen from the highest point of open life, seen from the Summit.