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Beyond capture. The unexpected connection between the captor and the captive. The forbidden link, which blurs the limits of rationality.

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In the midst of a desolate captivity, Octavio Montes, a renowned biochemist and professor, is visited by his kidnapper.

This man, who is initially a pawn in a larger game, is surprised by Professor O.'s deteriorating condition.

However, upon closer observation, a strange feeling begins to dawn on him. The coldness of his task is challenged by the humanity of his captive.

While examining Octavio's wounds, the kidnapper is unexpectedly drawn to the essence of his prisoner: the scent of his skin, the familiarity of his fragrance. Unusual gestures emerge in him, a delicate care that awakens an unexpected connection.

Between the tension and confusion of his own emotions, the kidnapper is torn between duty and a growing fascination with Octavio.

This unusual bond begins to blossom in a dark and daunting context, defying the barriers of kidnapping and awakening a singular attraction between captor and captive.

As both struggle with their own internal dilemmas, the room becomes permeated with palpable tension. Their previously unthinkable feelings begin to blur the lines between capture and complicity, between captivity and a strange form of human connection.

"If my breath were to be extinguished, ¿which path would you take?".

"I would travel the roads that are necessary following your essence, wherever you are, I will find the place where you are."

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