Chile, 1990. For Celeste, sixteen, nothing is the same as before.
Her father has recently died and her mother has decided to sell the house on the beach where they spent the summer together and in the seaside village a thermoelectric power plant has just been installed, polluting the whole territory.
As if that weren't enough, Celeste is hiding a pregnancy and her only support is the presence of her father that she continues to find in the objects and places he has left behind.
During a solar eclipse, Celeste will discover that when everything changes, a new possibility always arises.