Rain has been intense for the last three days in Buenos Aires. Alma and Roberto have not met yet. Immersed in their own solitude, condemned to helplessness and defenselessness at the mercy of the rain, they survive their own uncertainties, fears and absences. A few days ago, Alma left the man she lived with for nine years. She has taken to the street with some of her belongings, making her car a temporary home. Roberto has come back to the country after almost thirty years abroad. Here he has nothing, just a father in a coma, with whom he has no relationship, and an apartment that has to be emptied. In the middle of a traffic jam, Almas car door open unexpectedly. Roberto gets in. Alma, not knowing exactly why, lets him in, unaware of the fact that this sudden encounter will modify the next days.