Maria, a young Argentinian woman, decides to go to Paris to gain some new perspectives on life. Once there, she rents a room and works in a sewing shop while she waits for her papers. Her illegal status lasts longer than expected, she loses her job and ends up working as an act model for her landlord Jerome who’s a photographer. Graba uses minimal means to tell an intimate story about identity and migration. The unusual sex scenes show that sometimes endless loneliness can be compensated for by wild sex.