Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Echoing a cry frequently heard from the romantically frustrated, Ana, a single mother and professional woman, complains to her friends that there are no good men to be found, and they echo the sentiment. As she contemplates what a good man might be, the figure in her imagination begins to take on a life of his own and intrudes into her conduct of everyday life. She is an engineer, and at work a new situation has arisen: a male Italian engineer has come to Argentina to assess the prospects of the two company's merging. Meanwhile, she is having difficulty determining whether or not he is just a figment of her overheated imagination or if he really is the ideal man she has imagined. Before long, a romantic merger becomes the issue at hand.