A group of wealthy bourgeoisie is relaxing by enjoying the view over the Gulf of Acapulco. Their everyday lives are demanding and vacations are their only chance to escape. The setting is perfect and everything seems ideal. The only problem is that the ringing of a mobile phone keeps intruding, sounding a jarring note in this earthly paradise and sometimes transforming it into a hell.
His bold and always unorthodox style harshly criticises ridiculous behaviour and inflated values, here with a probing, caustic and ultimately tragic humor.