Cheila comes back from Canada to spend her holidays at the
beautiful house she bought for her mother. She also brings great
news: she will finally make her dream true, changing her sex to
become “a complete woman.” Cheila will have surgery soon;
however she needs her family support.
The once beautiful house is now fully deteriorated and occupied
by a chaotic group of brothers, sisters-in-law, nephews and
nieces. Cheila will face hard truths, rethinking the relation
with herself and her family and realizing the main problems of
her family: lack of love, lack of tolerance and meanness.