After the military coup, the Francoist regime took advantage of its victory to cruelly and savagely punish the republican population. More than 250,000 Spaniards were locked up in concentration camps and jails. The repression against women was even harsher, with rapes, degrading humiliations and head-shaving punishments. Many of these women wrote letters to their families or friends before they died or during their incarceration. This documentary recovers their letters and makes them known to the world so that their names are not erased from history.
She was born in Valencia in a family of artists. From an early age she began to experiment within the world of Plastic Arts, Dramatic Art, Music and the Audiovisual. She has a degree in Fine Arts and studied acting, voice over, dubbing and directing at the Madrid School of Cinema, acting at the El Micalet School in Valencia, and Script and Directing at the Complutense University of Madrid. As an actress she has developed an intense activity in the theater, film and television.