We inhabit the characters we recreate, and through them, we reflect on who we are and what it means to be part of this city. Each character in Eternal Quito has a story because they have been created from various truths, big or small. Within each of them, there is a grandmother, a father, a love, or a pain hidden. That’s why they are so much a part of ourselves.
“To be happy means to perceive oneself without fear.” – Walter Benjamin
The Lord of Darkness, the Supay, Mandinga, or the Quito Devil. A character who speaks of the living and the dead, of what many want to silence, destroy, or hide. With irony and sensitivity, he tells us curious anecdotes.