An ordinary couple's dream of building a better life for themselves and their family proves to be a hard road to travel in this documentary by filmmakers David Redmon and Ashley Sabin. Camilo Ramirez and his wife Cecy are only 21, but they're old enough to know there isn't much of a future in Santa Maria, Puebla, the small town where they were born and raised. Camilo and Cecy have a young daughter and they want to be able to buy a house and some land to give their child a proper home, so they move to Reynosa, a larger city near the American border where they can get better paying jobs and save towards a down payment. With Cecy working in a garment factory and Camilo laboring in a plant building fire hydrants, they won't have the time to look after their baby, so they leave her at home with family. In time, Cecy can barely stand to be away from her daughter, and when she learns her father is seriously ill, she does go back to Santa Maria to look after them both. Meanwhile, Camilo stays on in Reynosa, working long hours in hopes of raising the cash to buy a home that will keep his small family together. Intimidad received its world premiere at the 2008 South by Southwest Film Festival.