When she was still a girl, Brenda accused her stepfather’s son of harassment and all she got in return was her mother to abandon her with grandma to go live with Raul in Manhattan. After many years, Angie wishes to rebuild her relationship with Brenda and all she does is get Brenda rebellious and all of her rejection.
Perla likes Christian but Christian is 19 and Pearl 15, so her friend Camila, who is also Christian’s cousin, tells Perla to lie about her age and pretend to be 16, because otherwise Christian wouldn’t date her. After Christian has sex with Perla, her older brother finds out and looks for revenge.
Some people allow certain inadequate behaviors for selfish reasons, desprite being aware they’re selfish and unfair. These behaviors lead to habits and when ignored for too long, the consequences are usually irreversible. Project Consequences presents stories of this nature, with subjects such as teen pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, negating sexual conduct behavior and the long term consequences of prolonged bullying.
Jeny takes revenge on Karla, who stole her boyfriend, and invents an Internet rumor:
“Katy had sex with a teacher”; using a picture where the teacher (Edwin Emil Moró) is seen taking Katy by the hand; when in reality she tripped and he helped her stand, when she went to consult him on his teacher’s professional hour. The rumor spreads This rumor spread like wildfire and the teacher is under investigation.
Juan Marcos is an introverted teenager who is constantly abused by three girls in school. The reason behind this abuse is unknown and only his closest friends know about it. Juan keeps everything secret because back at home is parents are going through a divorce.
Cine C.A.R.E.T.A.S. Inc. presents a series of three educational films that leave a mark on young peoples hearts’ and in the schools of Puerto Rico. Using the slogan “Prevention is better than the cure”, our Prevention Series takes on different themes towards this end; themes such as: family issues management, prevention and consequences of different forms of bullying, peer pressure, addictions and the devastating consequences of drug abuse and distribution.
Eight shorts, four in English and four in Spanish give life to Project: VALUES. Through genders such as drama, comedy, tragedy and fantasy, characters live experiences that show the need of good moral values in our daily lives. Beyond the values, these shorts tackle subjects such as dengue prevention, stray bullets, social disobedience, disrespect to the elderly, psychological and physical bullying, the bad business of drug dealing and in-school terror.
Five friends cut class and go to a nearby forest to consume drugs. There they find a majestic tree where they fall asleep. They hallucinate that a humanoid serpent entraps them, accuses them of disobedient and, as punishment, she will eat them alive.
Two girls, Leslie and Bernice, get in a fight for a guy’s love. The school’s director calls their mothers in to take control of the situation and discovers the mothers show the same negative attitudes as their daughters. To this, Amanda, a friend of both Bernice and Leslie, attempts to resolve their situation, but only manages to get Bernice and Leslie to use her as a spy against the other.
When Lorena’s (Geraldine Fernández) jewels are gone without a trace, she know as a policewoman it must’ve been family theft. Her daughter Rose, a college student with excellent grades, convinces her it must’ve been Alex, her adopted brother who’s in school trouble for cutting class, when in reality it was Rose who stole the jewels to save her boyfriend’s life from some drug dealers for loosing a bet.