Cecilia, Ana Maria and Rodrigo are part of a young theatre group, that have recently received acclaim for the staging of bold and defiant stage productions, demonstrating their commitment to both social and political issues. They are rehearsing for their next stage production, which is a condemnation of the consumer society’s acceptance of the unacceptable. A society that doesn’t question a political and economic system that imposes debt and impoverishment upon the people who are most vulnerable.
In this production they begin by trying to dramatise the work of the French author, Bernard-Marie Koltes, but they discover that the use of humour and sarcasm doesn’t work and so they abandon that approach, but they still tap in to their creativity because of the depth of feeling they have for the issues that they want to address. The foreign debt of international commerce, the role of financial institutions in the abuse caused by multinationals, the pattern of consumption, climate change, and a series of Injustices, which exacerbate the anxiety with which they are living during the process of documentation and training. However, they become aware that presenting such a complex and bloody reality in the way in which they want to demonstrate it to the audience, is fraught with difficulties and little by little they each begin to face an identity crisis, both morally and politically. The demonstrations of March 15 throughout the country interrupt the company’s creative process, reaching the point of no return.