Two young men run away desperately in a car through a road. The consequences of their actions pursue them, and there is no way back. They carry more inside the trunk than just the resentments from their past. An M.D. enjoys success and recognition. His dramatic rising to the top is through the same staircase that leads to the deepest of underworlds, as if Heaven was based on the foundations of Hell. A teenage girl struggles between the spiritual search that her boyfriends offers her and recomposing the relationship with her father, a prestigious judge and a candidate to an important political position. Neither the comfort of her childhood room nor Buddha's teachings can prevent the suffering of human frailty. Between what's apparent and what lies underneath, between what is and what is shown, all of this stories make one. An imperfect cycle, an open circle. A snake that curls searching for its own tail, and that opens its mouth to furiously bite it.