Taking Benito Pérez Galdós' Tristana as a starting point, Irma Correa constructs a text on women's resistance against Franco's male power. She reuses the keys that Galdós with Tristana and Ibsen with Nora had opened in the creation of oppressed female characters in their context who seek freedom.
Ana is a conventional housewife from 1960s Spain, married to Lope, a lawyer who is to be appointed to a position in the Ministry. The play begins with the news and the repercussions it has on the marriage. For Ana it means more work and more social exposure in a life that does not fill her, that suffocates her. She does not detect this lack of air until she meets Vivian, a free-spirited French photographer who will make her see that her life is not, by far, what she longs for. Anna falls in love with Vivian, and this love is an explosion of contradictions, fears and liberation for her.
2019 Replica Awards for Best Show, Best Director, Best Performance, Best Set Design and Best Lighting