'All My Sons' is the classical play by the top american dramatist. In this play the first scene is a Sunday sunny morning where everything looks idyllic in the yard of the rich American house. A young and pretty girl arrives, and this event promises the most romantic ending, but the past will arise and hunt with implacably those who once denied the consequences of their actions. Turnovers and disclosures will follow each other until the close where collision and catharsis will reach the limits of tragic. Arthur Miller, an undoubtedly genious dramatist, was also characterized as one of the top writers of the 20th century as he lighted up with incoercible insight and sensitivity the ancient powers that act on every family: the tendency of the child to become independent and the need to come back, the removal of the ideal father and the obsession of the mother to keep the family coherence.