In one of the most hostile corners of the planet lives the Comcaac Nation. Located in the Sonora Desert, northwest of Mexico, they are also known as Seris. They are an iconic case of resistance, since for centuries they have endured a climate of extremes and, even more so, the white man, unable to subdue them by armed or cultural means. However, the 21st century has brought new challenges to his community, jealous of its identity and its territory like few others: the culture of plastic, of sugary drinks, the onslaught of the evangelist religions or the problem whit drugs, among others.
A Journey to the heart of the Comcaac Nation that explores its strong relationship with its natural environment, its land and its deep rooted identity.