Everything remains intact and under the same rules in Puntagorda, a remote village into the bushes northwest on the island of La Palma, where silence, oblivion and ghosts have their space since ancient times. In its mountains, in a place that is called El Topo, life is also hard and solitary since ancient times. Carmen knows it well as she has seen how her whole family emigrated to America or to the big city. Her days pass slowly in the fields until one day her sister Elsa returns. The inheritance dispute over some land has torn them apart for forty years and Elsa wants to solve it before it is too late. In the trip she is accompanied by her daughter Macu who is a filmmaker. For her, filming the reunion between mother and aunt and discovering their roots while is mapping the mythical space of their family was something unimaginable. Macu’s research among the orchards of the inheritance unleashes the strange forces that rule the place. The supernatural is imposed over the reason when she discovers that a part of the disputed property was given as a gift to her great-great-grandfather by a soul. There will no longer be excuses for talking animals, ancestral spirits as light beings and ghosts to roam freely around El Topo.