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Pajaros en Llamas At the beginning of the play I tried to concentrate as much as I could. The play began with the story of a man who had lost his family in a plane crash. Then met the son of the man, who told us that he was the son of his second family, his Father had married again. One day his father took him to the cemetery and showed him the grave of his first family, he was surprised because his death brother he had the same name as him. From there, he charges with part of his father's sadness and also he felt uncomfortable to have the same name as his dead brother. The second story is about a woman who lost her partner who was a pilot, also died in a plane crash. But at the funeral she did not feel that she was part of the family, and she stays in her room for a few weeks. Soon after her father died and her mother did
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