Dressed for Mourning
With a smile on their faces, Vanessa, Jacqueline, and Katia say good-bye to their husbands at the dock. The men get on a boat ready to take a ride, but a few minutes after casting off, an explosion makes them burst in front of their wives' eyes.
These women’s plan wasn’t flawless, but the result was just what they expected: They won’t have to put up with their unhappy lives next to those men any longer. They are now a trio of free women.
Vanessa’s marriage was in a constant crisis since Julio started to get involved in some murky business; not only did he get used to cheating on her and lying, but he also had their son Diego and she living in permanent danger.
Jackie quit smiling and was forced to live in fear day after day due to Lorenzo’s physical and psychological abuse; he stopped being her prince charm to become her worst nightmare, a violent man who completely disrespected her.
Katia couldn’t bear anymore with the path Nicolás took, who stopped appreciating his life and the help his wife offered to him by being immersed in a suffocating depression which not only led him to try to make an attempt on his own life but also on his wife’s.
The women’s plan was that such terrible ‘accident’ would open the door for them to a new life in which they could be happy again… but a police agent discovers there was a bomb on the boat and starts looking for the culprits, determining the main suspects are the three women.
The laboratories for which Julio use to make some deliveries are also involved in the investigation, a company whose president is a woman supported by the Police Chief and ready to do anything to keep their secrets unrevealed.
Now the three women must learn how to live with the fear and distress produced by their crime, which wasn’t perfect and left more problems alive than they imagine.