Author and screenwriter Raquel Nogara Lubartowski was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Her screenwriting credits include A Bullet for Che (2012), a feature-length narrative film produced by Laroux. She has also written scripts for the documentaries Marat-Sade in the Psychiatric Hospital of Vilardebó, As We Were Before, and A Psychiatric Dog, produced by the School of Arts and Psychology at the Universidad de la República (Uruguay). She is the author of the novels The Beggars of Tenderness and Witnesses Against Forgetting, the story collections The Shivering City and I Tell Stories, and the poetry collection Raras. Her plays include Digressions on the Divan, Medea Clip, and Marat-Sade in the Psychiatric Hospital of Vilardebó. She has recently completed the series “Infinite Vampire,” based on the screenplay The Night Guard, and is working on a feature-length screenplay, Destination Solitude. She is also a psychoanalyst and university professor.