Adoration (Adoración)

A scream, a shot gun… Eulalia has killed her husband Isidoro after a violent argument. Rosendo, who is deeply in love with her, pleads guilty of the crime to protect her. Finally, Eulalia confesses her crime to her children and declares that all Rosendo did was to help her, preparing everything to make it look like a suicide. With her confession, Eulalia will finally be able to win the forgiveness of her children and their blessing to enjoy her love with Rosendo.


RELEVANT FACTS: Benavente creates a tragic character in the line of the strong women characters of the Greek authors, like the Medea of Euripides or the Clytemnestra of Sophocles.

In this masterful tragedy, the woman explains the reasons that have led her to the crime and the history of family ruin that they lived. In front of her children, she tells the circumstances of her life and how she came to the conviction that she should end the life of their adoptive father. The kids listen mute the confession of the murderer.

Benavente won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1922. He addressed all theatrical genres with a wide gallery of human types. Several of his works have been taken to cinema with success and have had numerous versions for TV.




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