Ricardo Bär, the main character in this documentary, is a young Evangelist from Colonia Aurora, in the province of Misiones, who is on a path to become a pastor one day. Like him, most of the people there share a series of characteristics: they’re descendants of Germans, devoted of the Baptist church, and due to their closeness to the border, they all speak portunhol. The directors make a series of trips to Aurora and closely follow Ricardo’s life in and with the community. This documenting leads the directors to face a series of important difficulties: neither the pastor, nor Ricardo, nor the community wishes to be filmed anymore. At that point is where the great accomplishment of the film is revealed: in the manifestation of these difficulties, dilemmas, dialogues, conflicts, and problems the filmmakers must deal with in order to carry on with the film; and also, especially, in the problems that arise between them and the locals. Only after they give their explanations at the at the church, and through a public referendum they themselves witness, the film will be able to continue.