Lazara Rosell Albear returns to the magical–realistic world of Santeria of Regla de Osha: the mysterious religion practiced in secret by more than 70% of the Cuban population in the director's home country Cuba. The film interweaves an intimate portrayal of this tradition with his rules and ritualistic initiations, with personal experiences and audio-visual recreations, performance and poetry. By merging different documentary styles the film becomes a subjective self-portrait of the director. Nine years of research have passed, allowing the project as well to portray the evolution of the documenting media's as to reflect on the connection between social unrest and noise in digital media. The result is a multi-layered film where the place of beliefs in the universal human quest for survival, is researched/questioned through levels of trance and heterotopias. "Yoko Osha" is the first part of the Cuban Trilogy project.