Late theater actor Didio Muñoz reflects on the night of the US invasion in Panamá on December 20, 1989, when he was working as houseboy for one of Manuel Antonio Noriega's lovers, and improvises an absurdist pantomime as the dictator, surrounded by his wife, Panamanian secular and religious authorities and a mafioso, while real images of the US Army and local militia receive an ironic musical treatment. Written by
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