Author: Àngels Aymar
In a small town in the French Pyrenees, an immigrant couple lives in emotional isolation. He is Cuban, she is French. After they left Cuba fifty years ago, they refused to talk about that period of their lives. This silence is always present between them but now their son has decided to break it. Only his sister is an accomplice of his intentions and is against them.
Solavaya takes into consideration the consequences of totalitarian regimes in subsequent generations and the right of children to know their parents’ past.