Mariana and Joana are drawing sheep in elementary school; the teacher chooses Mariana's as the best, and pins it to the wall; then, the pleading stare of Joana leads her to make yet another choice, and pins Joana's sheep to the wall, too. Mariana and Joana seem to emulate and spy on each other all the time, and Joana happens to see how, after class, Mariana rips Joana's drawing from the wall exhibit, but in so doing, she drops an ink bottle on the floor. Joana does not say a word, but after Mariana leaves, she takes her rival's drawing off the wall, too. Next, the teacher demands that the culprit for the ink bottle to accuse herself. Mariana doesn't - and Joana comes forward, does taking the punishment she didn't deserve. Or did she? In a child-like ambiance, the very adult themes of envy, spying and fault.
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