A coming-of-age drama about a hard-bitten teenager (Marta Larralde) living in a poor coastal town near the northern Spanish-Portuguese border and chafing against the demands of her widowed father. When drug smugglers threaten to kill him for stealing, the daughter agrees to work for them and winds up in cahoots with their second-in-command, another male authority figure. The gangland escapades seem contrived and highly derivative of Quentin Tarantino; director Gonzalo Tapia, making his feature debut, is more successful in shading the father-daughter relationship, with its mix of love and cruelty, loyalty and expediency. In Spanish with subtitles. 104 min.