Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Luis Cesar D'Angiolillo's drama Potestad uses one man's loss in order to articulate recent Argentinean society. During a subway ride, Eduardo Martinez (Eduardo Pavlovsky) considers the death of his ten-year-old daughter. The people he passes begin to take on roles in his vivid daydream. The audience eventually realizes the frightening political atmosphere that led to her disappearance. Translated as "authority", Potestad is based on a play written by Pavlovsky.