Focuses on Sebastian and Costa, obsessive filmmakers who, in their quest to uncover the myth of Christopher Columbus and resistance to colonial power by Indian rebel Hatuey, ultimately end up embroiled in a modern revolt against Western multinationals in the Bolivian “water wars” brought on by the forced privatization of Bolivia’s leading public water companies in 2000.
Rafa (Dani Rovira) is a young Andalusian gentleman has not had to ever leaving his native Seville to get all that matters in life: the thin, the hair gel and women. Then one day everything changes when the first woman who resists his charms: Amaia (Clara Lago) a Basque. Determined to conquer, Rafa travels to a village in the deep Basque Country, where to Amaia case you should do some Basque impersonate. Rafa will then be renamed Antxon, Basque name that also decides to accompany a few Basque surnames: Arguiñano, Igartiburu, Erentxun, Gabilondo, Urdangarin, Otegi, Zubizarreta and… Clemente.