The play, directed by Lola Arias, recounts the true stories of 11 Chileans who came of age during Augusto Pinochetâs dictatorship. At a microphone, they tell their stories one at a time, while other performers illustrate the narratives through multimedia presentationsâphotos and letters projected onto a screen. At the same time, other members of the cast play music or draw with chalk on the ground. Thereâs a lot going on, especially for non-Hispanophones, who must look at a dimly lit screen above the action in order to read the supertitles. Watch the actors too closely and youâll miss whatâs said. Worse, in one scene, the performers climb a ladder, thus blocking the screen with their heads. You think watching foreign films is hard? This was exhausting.