Buenos Aires, March 1982. People are challenging the military dictatorship on the streets of the Argentine capital. The walls of the school are thick and conspicuous. A sure promise to keep the good old days of school life above all else that can happen outside its walls in the neighboring streets, in Buenos Aires itself, in Argentina in 1982. María Teresa is class assistant at this school innocent - or perhaps ignorant - master of ceremonies, a spectator. She is twenty years old. She started her work when it was still summer, and Mr. Biasutto, the classroom assistant, made it clear to her in her first interview what attitude she should take towards students, as it was not an easy task to figure out what to call the "optimal monitoring point": always up to date, without missing anything, but without cause for concern among the students. A surveillance that would pick up everything, but would never pick up by itself. A fleeting expression on the face of the pervert or the overseer or perhaps the master. But when everything is out of order - even for them - everything is transgression. And as María Teresa, on the trail of mere, possibly imaginary tobacco smoke, begins to hide in the boys' toilets to catch the smokers in Flagrante Delicto and pull them up before the authorities, and the whole process slowly in a secret habit of dubious piquancy; Of course, not breaking the rules exactly, but arbitrarily bending, twisting, and diverting them can, of course, lead, with the utmost honesty and reverence, to surveillance resulting from the inflexible care of a complete and cruel normality. Surveillance, watch, which could possibly be enforced beyond the confines of this closed world, for beyond the masonry that surrounds this school, in which the future ruling classes have studied and studied, there is another world, there is a whole country, that has practically nothing to do with it.
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