After losing their mother, Mia and Moi take refuge in a ramshackle family home in the middle of nowhere. With them, Biel, Moi’s boyfriend. The three try to rest and heal the wounds. The arrival of Mikel, Mía’s boyfriend, will alter the coexistence and disturb each of the inhabitants of the house in different ways. The tension will begin to become untenable. Around that premise revolves Mia and Moi, Borja de la Vega’s directorial debut, which opens on May 21, and has a wonderful cast: the Goya winners Bruna Cusí (Summer 1993, Uncertain Glory) and Eneko Sagardoy (Handia, Homeland) and with Ricardo Gómez (1898. The last of the Philippines, Tell me).