When El Mono dies, his three longtime friends try to recover from the loss and want to secure his little girl’s future. But for Fernando, Mauricio and El Ruso this will not be easy. They decide to recover a big investment El Mono had made when he had bought a soccer player who was supposed to become a star.
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