Lucas is visiting his sister on a remote island in southern Chile before moving abroad. An unlikely romance grows when he meets Antonio, a struggling young fisherman. The intimacy they share makes them navigate towards a new horizon and to a different stage of their adulthood.
Omar was born in Santiago, Chile. In 2014 he received his Master in Fine Arts degree from New York Universitys Graduate Film Program. Living between Santiago and Brooklyn, Omar makes films that have been screened in numerous film festivals worldwide. In 2012 he directed "On learning on a friends illness", a segment featuring Academy Award® Nominee James Franco and Zach Braff, part of the feature film "The Color of Time", that had a theatrical release in the U.S. in 2014. San Cristóbal, his last short film, premiered at the Berlinale 2015 and won the Teddy Award. He is a founding partner of Cinestación, a Santiago-based production company that makes highly creative auteur cinema from Chile and the region, where he writes and directs his work and collaborates with other peoples.