Synopsis by Josh Ralske
Marina (Cecilia Roth) is taken off the case, because it's gotten too personal for her, but she insists that she can help because she knows Bruno (Antonio Birabent) better than anyone. "He's terrified of being alone," she tells Renzo (Julio Chávez). "That's his weak spot." Marina is also dealing with an informal investigation into precisely how her mother died, and she returns to her "hobby"--Russian roulette. Laura (Paola Krum) returns to her office to find that Bruno has broken into her computer, and accessed her patients' personal information. She tries to contact all of her patients to warn them, but there's one she can't reach. He's Gustavo (Daniel Hendler), a coke addict, and he leaves an unconvincing message for Laura, telling her he's gone out of town on a trip. But some time later, he turns up on the street, covered in blood, and tells the police that he's murdered Bruno in self-defense. Renzo and the others are reluctant to believe it, but they find copious amounts of Bruno's blood, and an unidentifiable body. Thinking the ordeal is over, they begin to let down their guard.