Four Venezuelans in their late-teens try to figure a path to adulthood while being constantly sabotaged by the chaos of a surreal messed-up Caracas. There, normal first-time grow-up stuff like buying a condom or having an abortion, become epic adventures that highlight the sometimes hilarious sometimes dramatic contradictions of a city in a long term love-hate relationship with the crisis.
Mecha is our militant firecracker. She has an instant empathy for any liberal cause that crosses her path. But she is also very horny all the time, so often her sexual drive takes over and makes her do things against her ideology.
Yender is a “Salao” and “Cagao”. That means he has very bad luck and is kind of a pussy also. People tend to stay away of him because his “cara e culpable” (guilty face), so he is kind of a loner and has trust issues. He likes to work hard and study, but it tense situations can act cowardly and self-protective.
He appear to be a very proud and secure individual, but deep down he is ashamed of the place he was born. He was born with and hearing deficiency witch he mastered to use it in his weird and illegal business ideas to get out of the Barrio (with the help of Yender of course).
She is hot but awkward. She has not discovered her sexuality yet, probably because exploring it could confront her with the beliefs of her evangelical family. Often calm and chill, she can expose cold blood and killing instinct when the shit hit the fan.