In the native forest of Chile inhabit 2 lonely spirits. One girl and a woman play, laugh and love in this landscape. Tired of games in the warm grass of the mid of the day they sleep at the heart of the forest. Waking up the scene changes. It starts a nightmare, where both face the loss and destruction of beauty. This loving moment turns then into ashes. A deeply feminine point of view, that faces, and from image and sound express a critic to the menace of man, to the lack of care when the world is endangered. A reflection that gets us closer to the sound passages of polyphonic flora and fauna that shows the richness that inhabits our austral native forests , their sound memory and their patrimony are threathened by extintion. Inspired on a poem by Jorge Teillier, “Mudo Corazón” it is an alegory to the destruction of original beauty.