|Directed by:||Julia Solomonoff|
|Country & Release Year:||SPAIN - ARGENTINA - BRAZIL 2005|
Milton De La Canal
|Logline:||Sisterhood secrets that show up years later.|
Screenplay: Julia Solomonoff
Production companies: Tornasol Films, Patagonik Film Group, Videofilmes, Cruzdelsur Zona Audiovisual
Producers: Gerardo Herrero, Mariela Besuievsky, Pablo Bossi, Florencia Enghel, Vanessa Ragone, Walter Salles, Ariel Saúl
D.O.P.: Ramiro Civita
Art Director: Noelia Di Leo, Marina Di Paola
Editor: Rosario Suárez
Sound: Gaspar Scheuer
Music: Lucio Godoy
Directed by Julia Solomonoff
In 1976, during the political turmoil in Argentina, two sisters flee their country right after Natalia’s politically active boyfriend Martin disappears; one goes to Spain, and the other to Texas, United States.
After eight years in Spain, Natalia travels to Texas to visit her sister Elena, who’s now a suburban wife and mother. She brings with her their father’s manuscript of his last novel. The unpublished book reveals the story of their family during the Argentine dictatorship. Using extensive flashbacks of the sisters early years in Argentina during the “junta” dictatorship, the director reveals family guilt and suppressed resentment.