Pía (Paz Bascuñán) is on the verge of a nervous breakdown: Her boss humiliates her, her husband ignores her, her stepson does not respect her, and her best friend does not listen to her. Pía has a strong chest pain and after trying everything to heal she decides to undergo an acupuncture treatment. The Chinese doctor discovers that Pía's pain is caused by repressed feelings and with an ancient technique he takes out the filter. From now on, Pía will not filter and realize that the only way to heal is to say everything she thinks... which will not bring good results.
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the film uses the same resource as in All that Jazz at the beginning of the day of the protagonist, With the same music, the shower and the pills. See more
Another recording of the cable/internet company plays at the end of the credits but, this time, it ends with "You can all go fuck yourselves." See more
Remade as Una Mujer Sin Filtro
Concert in G
Concerto alla rustica, for strings & continuo in G major, RV 151 1. Presto
Music by Antonio Vivaldi See more