Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Set in Spain in the early '60s, this slow-paced, sometimes verbose tale revolves around a cell of communists who fell into their politics almost by default. Gone are the days of more dramatic meetings. Now the members of the group talk a lot, hand out political flyers to the public, and are far from the models of revolutionary fervor still found in contemporary Latin American countries. As their ruminations bring the political and cultural context to the fore, the cell leader is unaware that even a tepid political bent can be taken quite seriously by Franco's fascist dictatorship.