Albertina Carri


Poldo, a farmer in the Argentine pampas, breaks off all contact with Pichón because he believes that he has insulted little Nati, his mute daughter. Poldo also forbids his wife to see Pichón, not suspecting that she and the man are carrying on a passionate affair behind his back. Nati knows what’s going on, as does Pichón’s son, her only friend. Things come to a head when Poldo finds some drawings by Nati. Telling the story from the point of view of the mute Nati allows the audience to experience what it is like for a child to be amidst the rough nature and antagonising grown-ups. read more