A filmmaker (Wyatt Cenac, “The Daily Show”) receives a series of panicked emails and phone calls from a young French woman named Jacqueline Dumont (Camille Rutherford). She invites him to Argentina to document her self-imposed political exile after supposedly leaking US government secrets detailing a planned assassination. Jacqueline expects dramatic fallout and wants the filmmaker there to capture it all on camera. But upon arriving at the remote holistic center where Jacqueline is hiding out, the filmmaker and his two interns begin to suspect that her story might be exaggerated (or completely made up). The film they eventually make is the one we watch – more of an absurd comedy than the political thriller they bargained for.