Spanish contemporary artist Dora García’s first feature explores the intersection of politics, psychoanalysis, and performance as developed through various texts and artistic stagings of the 1960s and ’70s. Through evocative reconstructions of Argentinian theorist Oscar Masotta’s storied “happenings,” and lightly dramatized vignettes based on contemporaneous writings by Macedonio Fernández and Julio Cortázar (whose story “Segunda Vez” lends the film its title), García nimbly interweaves narrative and nonfiction devices to arrive at something wholly distinct from either––cinema as historical intervention.