Ernesto chats with his family about the possibility of living is Spain. His wife, Cecilia and his son Tomas seem to be really excited, but his daughter Alicia wants to stay in Argentina because she doesn't want to leave her boyfriend. Ernesto wants to earn some money for the trip, so he starts selling things, and puts the money he makes in the bank. But the economic crisis starts and the bank establishes restrictions to take money from bank accounts. Fortunately, Andres has his savings at his home. But he only has enough money for one ticket, so Ernesto accepts it and travels alone. In 1934, Andres is in a ship traveling to Buenos Aires. There, he meets Juliusz, a 20 year-old Hungarian Jewish man, with who he starts a great friendship. There, he also meets Laia, a Spanish woman who was crying while looking at a photograph. Juliusz and Andres starts looking after a little Italian girl called Gemma, who was traveling under the guidance of one of the ship's workers. Due to a fire in First Class, a group of Nazis has to go to the Third Class' canteen, while the Third Class people has to find room at the kitchen. One of the Nazis humiliates Juliusz, but he doesn't have the courage to respond to that offense. Andres, and later the whole Third Class, defends him.