Plagiarism shows that, in a country on the edge of a state of emergency, tragedy seems to be inevitable. Peru is governed by the most corrupt regime in contemporary history. In the gardens of a university, two men, compelled by a series of readings and their unsatisfied desires, prepare a death. But it is not only a death, it is a spectacular and beautiful homicide. They both reflect on how to comprehend their own history and their relationship to politics, and also on the difficult times they were fated to live in, while they search for freedom through actions that blend and confuse crime and pleasure.