Eunice Odio was a Costarican poet, journalist and mythologist. She lived in perpetual exile until settling in Mexico, where she died. She reported on current affairs and cultural matters. Her verses, though, are deeply rooted in epic and myth. For her, truth could be phrased in a space between nature and body, the world and the self. In the midst of these pairs, and in the title of her most important book, poetry transitions and stays to be and to explain.
ACTRESS: Jimena Larraguivel | SOURCE: La obra en prosa de Eunice Odio (Rima de Vallbona, Editorial Costa Rica, 1980) | DIRECTED BY: Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | SCRIPT: Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles. PRODUCTION: Isabel Santafé, Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | CASTING: Cervantes Theatre | ARTISTIC DESIGN: Lucy Richards | COSTUME: O.La.La Vintage Wardrobe | HAIR & MAKE-UP: Charo Hairdressing | POSTPRODUCTION: Luke Hagan, Jonas Hawkin | SOUND: Jack Oliver | SET MANAGER: Samuel Walker | CAMERA OPERATOR: Luke Hagan | EDITING: Ashley Thorpe | STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: Rhodri Cooper | MAKING OF: Luke Hagan | TRANSLATION: Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | VOICE ARROZ CON LECHE: Lisa Campos Sánchez.