Aïda and Serai live the consequences of the wear and tear on the planet, the privatization of essential goods and resources such as water, oxygen and food; the destruction of the rule of law and the possible extinction of the human being as a species. One thing is clear, the earth will continue without us, but not us without it. It has already happened, we are in a kind of limbo, countdown, where the end has begun, where the planet has decided to leave us behind and get rid of us. Will we have a chance? There is always hope, something that our protagonists grab onto tirelessly: start over.