It’s not the savannah or the rainforest but still, in society there are predators lurking in search of their victim. They harass her, corner her, waiting for the time when they’re the most vulnerable. Neither the predator nor the prey are animals: the predator, again, is the macho and the prey are the women.
On the subway, a typical urban misogynist falls asleep and in his dreams he experiences everything women experience on a daily basis: verbal harassment, objectifying looks and the physical violence they suffer day by day with nothing being done about it.
Ludmila has a physically abusive father who is also a firm believer in gender roles. Her friend, Macarena, tries to make her open her eyes and stand up to him, after years of suffering.