Two years after finishing America's Heartbeats, Ariel Carlomagno is invited by Argentina's Embassy in Mexico to pay tribute to this great Nation. In the year in which both celebrate their 200 years of life this new project was born, called Mexico's Heartbeats.
Carlomagno makes his way through the different states, from the northern border to Central America, from the Pacific to the Gulf Sea and the Caribbean. With that, same look that in Heartbeats of America led him to discover that the greatness of a culture lies in the mosaic of its differences; he proposed to inquire about the identity and the concept of "Mexicanness". He is encouraged by the fact that Mexico is among the 10 countries with the greatest biodiversity in the world; there coexist more than 60 living languages.
Stealthy and open to the encounter, Carlomagno approaches to people and penetrate their privacy, portraying their daily life and the natural beauty that surrounds them, only with their being and their tool: their implacable camera.