In the town of San Miguel Tzinacapan, in Puebla’s Nahua Mountain Range, a family lost its father. His absence transforms the lives of those who were so deeply connected to him. Tere, now in charge of the family, must make money by selling crafts. Jorge is about to finish school and will soon have to choose his own path. Chayo, 16, must make an important decision. A year has passed, and the members of the family have been able to redefine themselves, finding their own destiny while always venerating their father’s memory.

My Universe in Lowercase

Director Hatuey Viveros’ beautiful film unfolds as a fascinating exploration of contemporary life in Mexico, searching to understand today’s world, while portraying a younger generation who lack an understanding of their past. And as we journey with Aina on her own discovery, it becomes clear that the process of her search is just as important as the results.