Evelia works at a stationary store to help her family. Andrés quit school to work. Tony is fighting to make his dreams come true. All of them have two things in common: their parents work in the fields and part of their lives revolve around CECyT, a high school where technical majors do not correspond with the rural reality of their communities. From Three… One reflects the incompatibility of what this school teaches students and the reality around them, as well as all the frustrations generated by this contradiction.