The first character to be brought to our attention is Teddy (Mark Burnham), an individual hiding under the shadow of a taco shop some grotesque activities involving the illegal immigrants he fools to help them enter the country in secret but in women exchange them for prostitution, and those who are considered to be “useless” are killed and their organs are sold for a lot of money in the black market.
Another character is El Monstruo (Ricardo Adam Zarate), a fighter who always has a mask on his face as a kind of tribute to his father, being obsessed with the notion of respect for previous generations. But how violent he may be, and he is, he is an emasculised individual and hopes that one day his son, who will soon have his wife Kaylee (Santana Dempsey) be different from him . His insecurity seems to be the most interesting attribute of this character.
Meanwhile, in a not too distant motel there is a husband (Clayton Cardenas) desperately in need of a kidney, and his wife, Crystal (Nicki Micheaux), has no choice but to turn to Teddy’s services. When the two find out that the “forced donor” is to be a person I know very well, the horrific nature of this plan overwhelms them morally and not only. But from a stubbornness that seems to go beyond professional ethics, Teddy simply does not want to give up the deal.