Manual Para Inmigrantes


In the late 70s, Daniel H., a theater director, is mistaken for my father, Horacio D., a leftwing militant exiled in Sweden during the last Argentine dictatorship. 40 years later, in turbulent Patagonia, Daniel rehearses a play about this story with two young actors. He will feed on my families’s Swedish archives to rewrite it. While the play deals with the ’70s lost dreams of the revolution, the experience of the two young actors playing the namesakes will confront us with new questions and conflicts that arise in today’s Patagonia, echoes of the past in its updated version.