Elefante Blanco is not an elephant. It’s a big, humongous, old and unfinished derelict building situated in Buenos Aires’ poorest slum. It’s not even painted white. Now a local priest, a young Belgian priest, and a pretty social worker are trying to get things going for the needy. But first they need more financial support from the City Hall, skirt around addicts, druglords, armed gangs, land conflicts, and police raids, while dealing with personal problems.
Among their personal problems is, predictably, too predictably, a blazing romance between the young priest and the pretty social worker that clearly has no other life outside her job.
My Rating: 5/10