José Calcina, Santos Choque, Luisa Quispe,
Elderly Quechua couple Virginio and Sisa live quiet lives in the Bolivian highlands, tending to their herd of llamas. But the passage of time and an unusually long drought brought on by environmental change threaten their pastoral existence. When their grandson Clever comes to visit and help them with the animals, he also tries to persuade them to join him in the city, where family can care for them. Bolivian director Alejandro Loayza Grisi employs luminous cinematography in this Sundance Film Festival World Cinema—Dramatic Grand Jury Prize winner, as he examines the intricate relationship between land and humanity in a drama that provides subtle commentary on the impact of climate crisis and the loss of Indigenous traditions.