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The House of Miranda Alba is the story of the Burleigh family, and how it came disastrously apart during the turbulent years of the Cold War.

 

They lived in the tranquil city of Brussels; four sisters whose father, a U.S. diplomat, and whose mother, a Chilean journalist, kept them protected from the political and social changes of the world outside.

 

But their happy existence suddenly changes when Rosa, the eldest, decides to continue her studies in Chile, and joins the student protest movement of the Socialists, throwing the family into crisis.  She dies, a victim of the paranoia and violence of the era.

 

This somber and mysterious story tells how we decide what to believe in, what to trust, and what we do with everything else.

 

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