Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Gerónimo is justifiably proud of his accomplishments, since he has recently far surpassed his own father in the acquisition of wealth and security. In fact, he is soon to be given a government-financed home. Not only that, but his son has followed in his footsteps as a government bureaucrat. He has recently been awarded a medal by his grateful government, and his cup is filled to overflowing. Or so he imagines, until one day he discovers that his entire department is being disbanded and everyone in it laid off. Soon after that, he is a man without a job, without status. Even his attempts to protest the department closing take place at the wrong time and place. His family tries to pull together to save their house, but their prospects don't look good.