Since she was little, Diana wanted to see the world through the lens of a camera. Stagnated in her work as a journalist at a small local newspaper. Diana decides to take a few days off to escape it all and to reorganize her life. Before leaving Diana receives an assignment, to collect the statement from Celso, a man acquitted in a murder trial in Diana’s old hometown. The initial unwillingness to take the assignment converts into a growing fixation when she discovers a key factor. The victim of the murder is Diana’s childhood friend, Laura, with whom she lost touch when Diana abruptly left the village as a teen. Haunted by her troubled pas Diana tries to make her stay in her old hometown as short as possible, but she finds herself trapped in the unveiling of a far more disturbing story than she expected when Celso opens up for her and confess to the crime.