Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Hermes (Alberto Pujois) is a typical Cuban husband, given to bragging in front of his friends, bossing his wife around, and generally announcing to one and all just how much he contributes to the upkeep of the household. All the while, his weary wife looks after his guests, cooking, cleaning and caring for the children. One day, Hermes gets to experience something entirely different: he wakes up and discovers a world where men are expected to do the work he associates with women, while women get to brag about the men they have bedded, go to work, bring their friends home for smoky card-games, and generally rule the roost. When he wakes up and discovers he is once again in his old world, his relief knows no bounds.