"Waiting for Ulysses, fighting at the Trojan War and later on returning home, Penelope received the attentions of many suitors. She put them off by saying that she would consider marriage only after she finished weaving a shroud for her father-in-law, Laertes, who was grieving over Ulysses' absence. Each day Penelope would sit weaving the cloth, but at night she secretly unravels her work.” [Myth Encyclopedia]
Instead of weaving our Penelope builds ships. She keeps track of her endeavor with lines on the wall. Is she getting mad?
It is theater for film. A visual performance created by Pedro Valiente, Alfredo Miralles, and Irene Gómez based on the craft of handmade papercutting, and a powerful stage action by Paloma Zavala.