|The Skin of the Wolf (Bajo la piel de lobo): Late 19th century. Martinón is a man rude and of few words who lives in the high mountain, being the last person of a ghost town
where he passes the days caring his house and hunting animals like deer and wolves. Alone and without a contact with other people along the year except when he downs to
the nearest town to trade with the skins of the animals hunted, in one of these visits his friend Severino advise him about to have wife and create a family. Following the idea,
Martinón makes a deal with Ubaldo, buying one of his daughters, Pascuala, to live with him in the mountains as his partner.