The heat is overwhelming on Miserere Square in Buenos Aires. The flow of passers-by, the atmosphere of a station, and the summer streets cover up the presence of six young men standing waiting. They are beautiful and alone in the middle of it all. As they stand still within the city's movement, they try to catch a glance despite being almost invisible. The film takes a different turn when the mysterious boys open up to us. They share their thoughts, choices, and sometimes some of their stories. Francisco Ríos Flores' contrasting film reveals, singularly and sensitively, the reality of a profession debated since the dawn of time.