Presented by the Gabriela Mistral Library, instead of reading a book we will watch a Spanish TV series.
We propose that during the month of June, participants watch two episodes per week of the show Néboa. The episodes will later on be 'taken apart' during a video conference session.
Each session will dig into the environmental reality that this fiction aims to create, so each will have a central theme. At the beginning we will see places (episodes 1 and 2), talking about the geographical location of the series.
In the next session (episodes 3 and 4) we will deal with the weather and its variables: both meteorological and chronological.
Once we have passed the equator of the series (episodes 5 and 6) we will focus on the characters and then finally, to avoid “gutting” a story of intrigue we will not talk about the plot (episodes 7 and 8) until we have finished watching it.
It is essential to register for the activity to receive an invitation to the group video conference.
It’s the first night of carnival or Entroido on the island of Néboa, when the corpse of a teenager appears in O Burato do Demo, a place surrounded by legends: in that same cave, bodies assassinated in the same way had already appeared in 1919 and 1989. On both occasions, these crimes started a series of murders over the eight days of carnival. Murders that were never solved.