La Mala Yerba ("Bad Weed") is the story of two teenagers who have chosen a
path of drigs and gangs. When one sees that they threaten her five year-old
sister, she decides to turn her life around.
No Hay Horas ("I Don't Have Time") tells the story of Franco, a student
who has problems at home and is rejected by his teacher when he tries to
explain why he couldnšt complete his schoolwork. Franco receives the
support of another teacher.
El Niņo del Parque ("The Child in the Park") was created especially for
the Christmas season, to reaffirm the value of love and solidarity. It
tells the story of Lucita who, while walking with her father, decides to
give her gloves to a poor family in the park.
La Quinceaņera ("Sweet Fifteen") is the story of a young girl who is about
to turn 15 years old, but says she does not want to have the typical "sweet
fifteen" party. Instead she tells her father the best gift would be his
promise to seek help for his alcoholism.
La Mariposa ("The Butterfly"). Two brothers, ages 7 and 9 come across a
butterfly while they are playing. Their father urges respect for all living
Buscando a Alma ("Looking For Alma") Alma's father throws her out of the
house because she is pregnant. Gang members offer help in getting an
abortion, but her father comes to find her and offers his support.