After surviving the Vietnam War, a Puerto Rican veteran grapples with the scars of combat, while his wife wages her own silent war to keep their love alive in the face of relentless trauma.
José is a Puerto Rican veteran of the Vietnam War. This war affected him physically, but his biggest wound was psychological. However, there was an additional victim who fought a stronger battle, his wife Wanda. The real war of a soldier is not carried out in a field; it begins at the end of the journey. At this point the real warrior is the couple, who almost never have a voice. Can perseverance fight the helplessness of trauma?