Diego lives with a terrible fear all the time, fear of contact with the people, to the dangers of the street, even into the hall of the abandoned building where he lives locked in his apartment, where he hears voices and ghosts hunting him even preferable to awful outside world; his only contact with reality is through the peephole. Inside, accompanied only by his books, the memory of his abusive father and weapons, Diego accumulates more and more hatred against people that can be outside. He is obsessed with cleanliness. He loves to see himself and his perfect face reading reflected in the dozens of mirrors of his apartment.
His world is shaken by a pretty neighbor who breaks into his apartment awakening sexual desires in him. She discovers that his reality is very far of what he was imagining. He lives in a horrible mess, and he is a monster, burned by his father and by himself.
She tries to scape but Diego realizes he may have the power of life in his hands and that he can be the fear.
She has published with Random House the novels “The name of the clouds”, “Love me more”, “Who are you thinking about killing” and the bestseller “Valley of Fire” among other novels. She has written 65 screenplays, making her the most prolific screenwriter in Mexico and the United States and the first Mexican to write for the Masters of Terror in Hollywood. She directed the films “El Escondite”, “La Venganza” and “Está Aquí” (best script in Feratum 2014), “It will be for that”, the series “Café, Café”, “Remix”, “Campus de sombras”, ” The Department “, among others. Among his most important scripts are: “Santiago, apostle”, “I am afraid”, “The Wrist of Ari”, “The step”, “From your hell” (best screenplay and Best horror film Feratum 2016), “Economy “,” Pierrot “, the plot” Almost Thirty “(nominated to the Ariel) and” Nightmare Cinema “directed by Mick Garris.