Marga is a highly successful yet arrogant property based businesswoman temporarily based in Buenos Aires - a city she loathes. Before she leaves however she must find someone willing to fill a room in need of tenancy and fortunately enough she eventually finds willing tenants. The couple, who look to be just what she was after, are as keen to sign the appropriate paperwork as much as Marga is keen to offload the property. Arriving on the same day as a solar eclipse it soon turns out that today is a day full of darkness for Marga and not just because of solar activities. It soon emerges that the couple belong to a sect that are devoted to the solar activities and they have sinister plans for Marga as the eclipse slowly darkens the sky.
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In Buenos Aires, rich teen Lala (Efron) has fallen in love with her low-caste maid Ailin (Vitale). Lala's brother (Doregger) is just home from rehab, and her judge father (Munne) is getting death threats, so they're oblivious to Lala's dream to run off to Ailin's abandoned family home in Paraguay and live happily ever after. But their crazy plan goes awry, leaving Lala in Paraguay, where she meets Ailin's former soap-star dad (Andre), and Ailin in Argentina, where she's cornered by the cops for something Lala did.
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