The first time I saw, I think '

I would be a perfect specimen.

Perhaps, for my height.

In his notebook of notes, wrote:


Mysterious harmony in its imperfect measures."

Desert Road, Patagonia, 1960

It was the heart.

Me returns?


E ' yours.

What is your name?

- Wakolda.

- Wakolda...

However great you are now,

to play with dolls, right?

How old you think I am?



- I have 12.

- 12?

- I'm sorry...

- Does not matter. I'm used to it.


To be more ' great

to what they believe the other.

Lilith, come on.

Help me with this. Tienimelo.

- Go south?

- It '. Give me.

Can I follow you? It seems that

the desert road is...

300 kilometers into nothingness.

Ask my father. Here it is.

Asks if you can '

come with us, following us.

- If you do not bother.

- It ', no problem.

To all foreigners,

this road is scary.

The main thing and

' do not do it at night.

If we start now,

arrive at sunset.

Come on, come on!

Come on!

The ladies will follow us'

With his car.

Helmut Gregor, pleasure.

He bought supplies?

I had breakfast an hour ago.

- I suggest you buy them.

- Of course, many thanks.

Did you know that the Grammostola

mollicoma can ' live up to 30 years?

"spiders are long-lived.

The females molt once a year."

What does it mean "to molt"?

- What ' "Molt"?

- I do not know, Wimpy, I do not know.

What ' "Molt"?

Wimpy, let me sleep...

Pope '!

And SRT project ' pleased to present

"The German doctor


Translation of:

[SRT project]

Poncho, you have to stop somewhere ..

Stay here.

Excuse us if we walked in, without asking permission...

As soon as the storm ends,

continue the journey.

I do not have much to offer, but

revenue if you like.

Head down!

Come on, get out!

I think he's dead...


No! Why ' should be frightened,

if nothing happens?

- Tell him not to be afraid.

- Here, There ' the skin.

Take, and ' dried meat.

Not ' dead.

See? Moves.

's Changing skin, so ' And

' so ' quiet. But he's fine.

- There are many bugs in here.

- Here?

Here, and ' a gift.

- It's not ' the case...

- I do not need.

- "Thank you."

- Thank you.

Va ' looking for him.

'Cause you have put

on the road with this rain?

It was not planned.

Do not need to forecasts,

to know that the storm is.

Why speak German?

- I attended a German school.

- In Buenos Aires?

A Bariloche.

- You are of them '?

- My parents were of them '.

My mother and '

died two months ago.

They had a hotel...

We are going to reopen it.

Also they speak German?

I understand.

And he?

I do not speak, I ' I understand that.

Uphold her here.

I should not talk to her.

And I ' prohibited.

Talk to strangers.

So, we salute you...

My mother says that it is enough that something is prohibited

, 'cause I do it.

And it ' true?


There are things that I do the same, even if

is prohibited.

Would you talk with me?

I think so '.

I think, but

're not sure.

It '... I'm sure.


Come here.

Goes to bed.

We stop here.

Bariloche '

30 km more ' forward.

- She, to address that wrong?

- Here...

Yes '... and' in the country.

Continue straight.

- Good luck.

- Thanks for everything, Enzo.

- All is well.

- Very good!


Come on!

- Come here. Stop!

- What do you want?

- Let's go to the lake, Dad '?

-Wait, sample.

Come on, now let's go now...


They continued to arrive?

More and more '.

They come and they go with that plane.

They never go out from the house of a neighbor.

Come on...

Paint another eyebrow.

- Safe?

- Yes', please note.

Keep this brush. Catch it...

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Lucía Puenzo

Lucía Puenzo (born 28 November 1976, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine author, screenwriter and film director. She is the daughter of the Oscar-winning film director, producer, and screenplay writer, Luis Puenzo. more…

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