The interoceanic highway covers 2600 kilometers. It is a mega project that unites the Pacific Ocean with the Atlantic and allows Brazil and Peru to share seas and export their products to more places around the world. The highway is, in a few words, a place of macro-commercial traffic. However, along its route there are small towns isolated from this economic development that the highway promised.
Uncertainty has settled in these roadside towns. The interoceanic crosses their lands and the citizens see how their environment is being modified. It seems that development also brings hopelessness. For now, cement brings with it many uncertainties.
This road makes us think of a great contradiction: How does development come about? The sample is a metaphor of what happens within a society whose economic boom is still disparate.