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Director Garcia Querejeta helms this lighthearted family drama concerning a mother and wife who is suddenly forced to make some important decisions in rebuilding her life. Angela and her son Guille were on their way to visit Angela's father Leo in the city when the kindly grandfather unexpectedly falls ill and dies. While Charo, the former mistress of the dearly departed, explains that Leo's pool hall containing seven billiards tables must be sold off to pay his mounting debts, Angela soon becomes convinced that there is another solution. Upon learning that her husband has just vanished under suspicious circumstances, Angela decides that the only option at this point in her life is to start from scratch, and that the first order of business is to parlay all of her savings into the restoration of the pool hall so that she and her son have some source of steady income.