A group of filmmakers travel to a Kolla community in Salta to film their folkways. We see all aspects of their life: farming, herding, cooking, football, and making music during a Pachamama festival. In the course of f...展开ilming, the leader of the Kolla community changes the filmmakers' view of what the documentary should be, and at the end of their visit they are changed. "La vida se puede ir amasando, como el barro": As life goes along, it becomes more pliant, like clay. An announcement at the beginning of the film states that this is neither fiction nor documentary, but I'd say it's closer to documentary. Only in the last half-hour of the film does it start to feel like fiction, when one of the men in the community travels with the filmmakers to the city to look for his son, whom he has not seen since he left to find a job. The urban scenes show people preparing for a parade for the "Mascara de la Conquista", wearing elaborate samba-like costumes far different from their Andean traditions.