A simple dividing wall can separate two worlds, two ways of dressing, eating, and living. On the one hand Leonardo, a fine and prestigious designer who lives in the only house that the greatarchitect Le Corbusier built in America. On the other side Víctor, a second-hand car salesman, vulgar, outgoing and overbearing. One morning, Victor makes a hole in the wall in order to let light enter his house. The illegal window overlooks Leonardo’shouse, and he and his family feel invaded. Victor’s presence and excessively friendly attitude challenge Leonardo’s apparently normal life. His fears, miseries, and most vile attitudesbegin to enter through the window.