Once upon a time at the beginning of the XXth century, in some place in the Venezuelan Andes, there was a mortal called Maximilian. He was a fair man, but also a member of a dreadful clan of bandits. One day, the witches proclaimed that he was destined to command the bandit's clan and that no man born from a woman would ever hurt him. Since then, the man that had been fair was besieged by doubts, ambition and fear to betray the oath of obedience to his chief Duran. His unscrupolous wife encouraged him to murder Duran; after the murder, Maximilian, feeling immune to all dangers, committed the worst crimes. But the words do not always mean what is more convenient to people, and Maximilian ended up losing his mind, and finally his life.