In Guanajuato, Mexico, where you’ll find “aborto legal” scrawled on walls, a spirit named Daraluz lurks in the underground tunnels and comes up after dark to control the bodies of women. Its latest target is Mírame, a visual artist who wants the ghost out of her house before it takes over fully.
Mírame calls on a “musical exorcist” known for subduing the ghost with her song. But Daraluz exorcisms are illegal. So the exorcist must be discreet as she banishes the ghost from the home, hunts it through the alleys, into the underground tunnels of Guanajuato.
Walfrido Larduet, a lonely electrical inspector, dreams of the Red Woman, whose image persists and becomes an obsession. Something tells him she is near. Over the course of a day, Walfrido will follow her trail as he travels through the suburbs of an infested city.
The City of Corrientes in summer. On the shores of Paraná, in the shadow under General Belgrano Bridge, thousands of families compete for space for their umbrella and chaise lounge. Priscila, a 7 year old girl no one pays any attention to, sets out in pursuit of an elusive toy vendor, getting further away from her family and closer to adventure.
Miranda is a 1st-generation Salvadoran-American indiepop singer with a growing online following. Miranda’s at a nightclub to meet with some label representatives who are “interested in her music” - and instead finds herself connecting with Cristina, an immigrant from El Salvador who is also the bathroom attendant at this club.
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