Life is simple, for Ramon. Being a drug dealer isn’t a problem – it’s easy to find justifications, he doesn’t think of himself as a bad person. But one day, in an abandoned house, he kills a client for no reason. He’d like to forget about it but it isn’t easy, also because he realises he has no control over his actions anymore. Someone is using him to feed themselves. Someone who forces him to kill, to sacrifice what he cares about the most. There, in that house, destroyed by a fire. Someone, someone who lives there, who is never full. Who enforces a constant tribute of human lives. The only hope is to be able to fight that fatal and invisible presence. But the price for freedom might be prohibitive.