When: Thursdays-Sundays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Continues through Oct. 4 2015
A democratic age is dawning in an unspecified Latin American country. When her husband offers hospitality to a stranger, Paulina, haunted by her past, believes she recognizes their guest’s voice as that of the man who tortured her 15 years earlier. The 48 hours that follow radically alter the lives of all three. This 1991 thriller gives voice to women’s survivorship awareness, and is an unforgettable three-handed acting triumph. More, it is a stark reminder of the human rights violations we continue to witness in the world today.