Both Sheila and Kikita were living a rich and well-off life, but after a short time their financial situation worsened. Both began to sell their inherited property after their financial condition worsened. Their debts have reached the stage that they could be put in Shikita prison for fraud. Sheila then decided to work in the field of taxi driving through the service of a group of wealthy old ladies. During a long period of work, Sheila encounters a younger Angy, both of whom are starting to enter into a relationship that has changed things.
Brun's performance exists mostly in between her sparse bits of dialogue - her facial expressions direct the emotional core of any given scene, while her eyes seem to change color with particular moods.
Using largely unknown actresses with practically no screen experience yet an extraordinarily canny understanding of character, the director-writer achieves a heightened degree of insight within the confines of a stripped-down production.
This beautifully played-out drama is as much about the emergence of Paraguay after so long under dictatorship as about the middle-aged Chela, now emerging from the literal darkness of her shadowy home. Ana Brun is exceptional as Chela.