Cantoras Symbols & Objects

Carolina De Robertis
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Malena's bun

In the first days at Cabo Polonio, Malena still wears her hair in a very tight bun, which represents her uptight nature. The true nature of Malena's life will remain a mystery to the other characters until they receive the letter she wrote to them in the mail shortly before her death.

Anita's swimsuit

The revealing swimsuit that Anita boldly wears on the beach at Cabo Polonio represents the freedom that the women feel in the remote village to express their love publicly. This is a stark contrast to the utmost secrecy that each woman must exercise in Montevideo.

Buñuelos

The buñuelos that El Lobo offers Paz represents the friendly and trusting nature of Cabo Polonio. In addition to El Lobo offering Paz groceries on credit, the local fishermen are willing to let the women set their own price on the fish they...

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