Title: A Bravo Day
Year: 1986-1998
Production: Argentina/USA (Post-produced at UCLA, Los Angeles)

This documentary narrates the vicissitudes in the life of an old lady, during one day. The scenes develop in the context of a fearful family, who is reluctant to the footage. The silent agreement of the protagonist (the old lady), and the intruding character of the camera, constitutes the central conflict presented in the work. Paraphrasing the theorist Raquel Schefer, the work stages the conflict between the desire to watch and the ethical limits of the act of watching.