A person, a young dead woman whispers in our ears. She participated in the collectivizations of the properties of landlords in Extremadura and Andalucia, being one of the between 2000 and 4000 persons executed in the bullring of Badajoz, from the 14th of August of 1936, day of the occupation of the city by Franco's troops at the begining of the Spanish Civil War. Her voice talks from death, understanding it as a mental state of expectancy of what the living ones can do out of their societies. This woman would be sad, disstressed for the sterility of her fight, for the easyness with which the oblivion helps in the lose of rights, and with which the energy and life of wasted, those others previous in time that fought and assumed the risk in their lifes to make out of the world a better place. She struggles between the complete death that would carry along the definite disappearence of all the effects of her fight and of the one of others like her, or the still visible positive consequences of it, resisting the submission to a cold absurd world, which doesn´t give men and women any profound reason to care among themselves.
idea, Script & Post-production: Marta de Gonzalo & Publio Pérez Prieto