Synopsis: In one of the most intensive and transgressive Mexican novels of all times Silvana, the main character, falls in love with a child, breaking the last sexual taboo of our days. This scandalous, forbidden relationship, to which she surrenders completely, will force the reader to question his most solid moral believes about love, tolerance and guilt.
Un siglo detrás de mí also narrates the story of Silvana's extravagant family, told by herself. A Mexican born in the United States, Jew and Catholic, divided between countries and ages, cultures and languages, Silvana embarks on an obsessive quest for her identity and origins. Human and tragic, Silvana's passion urges a meditation on the limits of sexual freedom and desire.