March 5, 2018. Caracas, Venezuela. Caridad gets her daughter ready for school in the room they share in their two room house. SecoCheers, one of Caracas' best and most well known cheerleading teams, struggles to stay afloat. Many of their best dancers have joined the tides of migration, but the girls that remain, led by their trainer Caridad Seco, continue to rehearse 3 times a week in a public gym's cafeteria, and perform at competitions for the top national teams as well as government events and private parties. As the crisis closes in from all sides, the cheerleaders continue to fight to maintain their reputations as Venezuelan women for being some of the most beautiful in the world, despite the prices of tights and fake eyelashes costing well over a monthly minimum wage, all while promoting the scarce commodity of cheer in the darkest of times in their country.