The once prosperous village of Congo Mirador is preparing for elections. For Chavist party representative Tamara every vote counts, fought by all means. For opposition-supporting teacher Natalie, politics is a weapon. How can a small fishing village survive the consequences of corruption, pollution and political decay? Anabel Rodríguez Ríos’ debut film is a reflection on contemporary Venezuela through the eyes of two women as a symbol of a divided country.