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The retellings of three sisters on their diseased mother reveal patterns, structures, and dissent from what they call their "dysfunctional" family nucleus. Nevertheless, the oblivious gravitational weight from the reminiscence of their mother and brother's loss and the scars left by their abusive father finds instances where remembering becomes an act of discipline, worship, joy, and, ultimately, resistance.

Vida Zamora

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