A universal story that affects many of the themes running through the modern world we live in: displacement, destruction of their dreams during the night are not responsible for the crisis and its efforts to survive.
Luis Caro moved to Madrid in 2002, where he had to survive without her family, listening to music on the subway. A year and a half later, again in Argentina, it was agreed and compared the experience of exile with his family suffered during the dictatorship (1976-83). With his unique sense of humor that takes stock of the past 25 years.
Argentina’s crisis is expressed in the context of a global crisis of democratic governance that has two important dimensions: the crisis of participation and government accountability crisis. We are traveling through a country reeling from the economic crisis, going through a lot of social changes and popular strikes in December 2001.
Together with the philosopher of his time in Argentina, Thomas Abraham, brave and enduring mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, the self-employed workers of Zanon, the largest factory in the country occupied, and many other ordinary citizens, we observe the expectations they have for Argentina.
Like many people, the story of Luis Caro reflects the hesitation and loss of faith in the country, prompting a mass exodus, mainly to Europe, especially Spain, as did their ancestors when arrived in Argentina.