The Factory (1901)

In the office of their factory for fans and canes, the Colomina family reflects on the current political climate and discusses strategies for handling the growing movement of labor unions. The family made their fortune in Cuba, and were sure to diversify their investments in the production and exportation of oranges. They must enter into politics to assure their commercial influence, while they continue to live and enjoy the leisure opportunities presented to the Valencian borgeois.