Sebastian travels across Argentina asking people what worries them, he does it alongside a cyclist and with the aim of producing a documentary that develops a GENERAL THEORY ON WORRY. Along the way, he discovers something different.
Sebastian decides to make a documentary about human worries with the goal of achieving a theory with universal reach. He knows nothing about cinema because he works as a lawyer, but nevertheless he buys a small camera, a used sound system and takes off on a road trip, across all of Argentina (from La Quiaca to Ushuaia) to ask people about their most intimate and visceral thoughts: What worries them? What scares them? How does one achieve happiness?
He travels slowly along those 5100 km, because he is accompanied by a cyclist. Him in the car, the cyclist on the bike. The trip is 80 days long. Along the way he encounters all sorts of difficulties. Technical, in terms of documentary production; protocol difficulties regarding how to meet people, strategic difficulties about how to get people to talk to him. It all turns into one long and slow process of learning on the road, where the interviews become entangled with his own questions about the impossibility of the register, the impossibility of saying, about loneliness.
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