October 1968. Toni Alcántara is about to become the first university student of the family. His parents and grandmother are overflowing with pride. Ines, the older sister, is resentful; He had to leave school to get work and has not had the opportunities of his brother. Little Carlos does not share the family euphoria either. The television campaign of "We Count on You" has reached the soul and lives obsessed with becoming a great athlete. Mercedes, in addition to being proud of the success of her son, lives pending the arrival of her first automatic washing machine, although the grandmother, eternally opposed to innovations, insists that she will continue to wash by hand. What should have been a weekend of family celebrations turns into a nightmare when Carlos discovers the contents of a package that his father had brought to the house. The package, delivered to Antonio by a friend to keep it over the weekend, contains hundreds of anti-Franco pamphlets. In the climate of fear that ...