While Easter fast approaches Bolivia’s streets, La Paz is offered a large sum of money by Juan Ramirez. A representative of a large Chilean natural gas company is determined to obtain her deceased husband’s sacred land. At the women’s daily lunch spot, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz playfully provoke gossip while fiercely arguing over current political issues as Potosi, an illiterate kiosk owner, mediates their outbursts. While La Paz’s child, Emerica, rebels against her indigenous roots by assimilating with tourists. The group’s matriarch, Pacha, becomes weaker and increasingly more ill as the countries Easter celebrations gain strength. Pacha Mama examines the internal struggle of six women and how their choices will represent an ever-changing shift in the cultural traditions of the indigenous Latin American people.