Synopsis by Josh Ralske
Bruno (Antonio Birabent) is holding Marina (Cecilia Roth) captive, and refuses to feed her anything but the cooked remains of his last victim, which she is understandably reluctant to eat. He plans to intercept Laura (Paola Krum) when she goes to the airport to send Nico (Manuel Segovia) away, but Marina, desperate and starving, warns him that Renzo (Julio Chávez) is going to expose him. Bruno doesn't believe her until later, when he sees his own face on the cover of the local newspaper. Laura is also shocked to see Bruno's face plastered all over the airport, and warns Renzo that he's putting the madman in a corner. Sure enough, Bruno sets about disposing of his neighbors, worried that they might recognize him and turn him in. The police do start getting calls from people who've seen Bruno, and eventually Renzo realizes that they're all from the same neighborhood, and that Bruno copied his detailed headstones from the graves in the local cemetery while looking at them through a telescope. He takes a young cop named Saldana (Martin Gianola) with him to investigate, and is able to discern the angle from which Bruno viewed the cemetery. When Bruno sees Renzo in the cemetery, he quickly gets ready to move out, but is hampered when Marina manages to lock him out of his apartment. With Renzo and Saldana racing to his building, Bruno desperately tries to come up with an escape plan.