Una Semana Solos (A Week Alone)
A group of children, age 7 through 14, are left home alone at a house in a secluded community in the countryside. Their innocence is gradually corrupted as they experiment with rule breaking, ultimately leading to house break ins around the neighborhood. The arrival of the maids son, a teenager of lesser privilege, exposes prejudice and ferocity climaxing with crimes that force the children to reexamine their actions. This powerful, critically acclaimed film, a film Martin Scorsese calls "Great work with a true sense for character and place" looks at adolescence leaving no one untouched, and the children involved, changed forever.