Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
This drama concerns a rich Mexican woman's outrage at the gap that separates the wealthy from the abjectly poor (there is not much in-between in most Third World countries). Yolanda (Blanca Guerra) has been raised in the lap of luxury, but she chafes at her easy life. She is also having serious trouble relating to either of her parents, since neither morals nor communication seem to be their strong points. Both have lovers on the side, and neither is capable of understanding their daughter's anguish. When Yolanda comes across a gang leader and eventually takes up with him, the separation between herself and her parents -- as well as the rest of society -- takes a giant leap into the world of the renegade rebel.