TURN OF THE SCREW
Roberto has just graduated from a Jesuit college and finds a job as a home instructor of two orphans, the nephews of the count of Etxeberria. They live inside the Casa del Léones, a majestic palace built in Victorian style. Roberto becomes fascinated with the estate, but even more with the innocent charm of Flora, his new student. But all to soon a dark cloud appears on the crystal-clear sky: the two children are haunted by the memory of two servants who died earlier on in the house, and after a few strange incidents, the instructor suspects that the walls of the manor have been through a lot more than that.
The Turn of the Screw was enthusiastically received in San Sebastian (Chicago), proving once more that the work by Henry James can only inspire great deeds.