A professor who specializes in penal law becomes obsessed with the idea that one of his most brilliant students has committed a terrible crime: the murder of a young woman in front of the Faculty of Law. Determined to prove his theory, the professor embarks on an investigation that will lead him to a maze of dark passageways.
After being left by his wife, who is now living in Buenos Aires as the representative of a famous footballer, Christian takes advantage of the flimsy nature of his life in Copenhagen to catch a plane and go to see her and their 16-year-old son. With the excuse of making the trip to sign their divorce papers, Christian will try to get his wife back.
Alejandro and Missy are getting married. He is adopted and his parents are separated after his father was unfaithful to his wife with her best friend, who he is living with now. But when their problems seems to be behind them, Alejandro announces that his biological mother will attend the wedding and, because of her religious beliefs, his adopted parents should make believe they are still together.
When India loses her father, her uncle Charlie appears on the scene to take care of her and her unstable mother. Although at first they mistrust the charming and mysterious uncle they soon realize that they actually have a lot in common with him. Meanwhile, the people around them begin to disappear.
Nick Carraway is an aspiring writer who comes to New York in spring 1922, at the peak of the roaring twenties. Swing music, the Wall Street boom and smuggling alcohol are the pillars that nourish an upper class that exudes glamor. Nick settles down comfortably in a house on Long Island, next door to a mysterious man named Jay Gatsby.