A group of 26 Venezuelan children with cancer and other diseases need bone marrow transplants to save their lives. They have barely had time to learn what living means, yet death is so close. A few weeks ago, there were 30 of them, but four have passed away since. Their mothers seek a miracle in a country where getting antihistamines, vaccines and antibiotics is hard. Finding a donor is almost impossible, but these mothers are not giving up.
The youngest is four and the eldest 17. The illnesses and poverty that mark their lives have united their mothers in their fight to save them. They show strength in front of the camera, but cry silently while recalling the critical moments in which they have witnessed their children worsen due to complications.