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A man puts his first serious relationship in danger when he falls for another in this drama. Octavio (Roberto Farias) is a boxer who is something of a celebrity in his hometown in Southern Chile. Octavio has a reputation as a tough competitor, and he hides the fact he's gay from his fans. But the handsome middle-aged fighter attracts the attention of Hugo (Hector Morales), a good looking man in his twenties who is working in a restaurant while trying to find himself, and the men fall for one another. Octavio and Hugo move to Santiago where no one knows them and they can openly conduct their relationship. However, while Octavio is self-confident and sure of himself, Hugo is not, and when he gets a job at a pet store, he meets Jenny (Manuela Martelli), the rare person who can make him laugh and feel relaxed. As Jenny urges Hugo into a romantic relationship, he feels happier with her than he has with anyone else, but he still loves Octavio and when Octavio and Jenny learn they're in a romantic triangle, Hugo learns some difficult lessons about love and trust. Mi Ultimo Round (aka My Last Round) was the first feature film from writer and director Julio Jorquera. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi