Mario: Now the lady who’s pissed at you is the same one I saw you snuggy with the other day, right? Why’s she mad? Did she see you with another woman?
Jaime: Shut up and drive.
But grumpy Jaime is in for another treat. His Mapuche spirit guide blows some kind of magical air bubble at Mario’s car and Mario finds that ¡Se me pinchó una rueda! And the poor man doesn’t have a spare at the moment. Help is about 45 minutes away by foot. Of course … there’s un atajo right over there. Jaime likes that idea. ¡Me voy! But Mario warns Jamie that he’ll get sunstroke.
As Jaime sweats in the sun while traipsing through the vineyards, he appears to start to hallucinate, and we’re treated to a series of voice overs that amount to a greatest hits of dialogue from Sol y viento … in case we weren’t paying attention. Then the old boy falls over. Guess the emotions of the trip finally got the best of him.
When we see Jaime again, he’s recuperating in the care of doña Isabel and don Paco, who both seem to be wondering what Mr. Slick is doing back at the vineyard anyway.
Jaime: It was urgent that I speak with doña Isabel.
Isabel: Hello, broken record. You’re one porfiado guy. We’re not selling the vineyard.
Jaime: It’s just that I was thinking about my campesina mother, and …
Isabel: … and didn’t you learn anything from her? Why do you work for a company that wants to change our life?
Paco: Here’s the thing, boyo … I’ve looked into your company and it’s up to no good. They want to build una represa. Do you know the ecological and cultural damage that’ll cause? What they did over in Bolivia is inexcusable. [Bolivia? When did Bolivia come up?]
Jaime: I know I screwed up, but I want forgiveness … especially from your smoking daughter, doña Isabel. I think I’m falling in love with her.
Paco: Actually, I think she’s taken with you, too.
Isbael: But it’ll be hard work to earn her forgiveness, don Jaime.
Isbael: Hechos y no palabras.
Jaime: Hechos eh? Here’s my first hecho. I know how to stop the sale of these lands.
So Jaime goes back to his hotel room and has it out with Andy at corporate—who’s more than confused about what’s going on. He knows this is going to make money …
Andy: So what’s the problem, Buster?
Jaime (impassioned): I’m talking about people’s lives!
Andy: Rassner’s going to have your butt, James.
Jaime: Tell him to go jump in the reservoir that the company built in Bolivia that has destroyed people’s lives and is a perfect example of what the damage we might do in Chile will be if we keep up with this plan to buy Sol y viento vineyard from the Sánchez family, who don’t really want to sell, except for the greedy son Carlos, who has been stringing us along for months now. I quit!