A group of strong men, sporting tattoos, jump around on a stage. They play copycat, dance arm in arm, dress up, and occasionally, laugh uncontrollably. The stage in question is inside the Quatre Camins Prison in Barcelona. Over the course of a year we get to know Giorgio, Raul, Jony, Kiko and Pablo in astonishingly intimate and even tender detail, through their activities on and off stage, as their stories unfold inside the bubble of the theatre group that holds together, at times tenuously, at times with surprising resistance, within the prison wall.
Norma Nebot studied at the London Film School awarded by a full scholarship by the British Council. She was commissioned by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu to shoot a 50-min making of/documentary around the world of immigration in Barcelona as it was portrayed in his film Biutiful. In India she shot a 50-min making of/documentary around the filming of an independent movie. In Burkina Faso she recently shot her documentary If I Had a Cow. Her short fiction Sounds on Earth won the Best Film Directing Award at the Film Art International Film Festival, Bulgaria, 2004. For Viaje Seguro she won Best Short Film Screenplay at the La Laguna University, Spain, 2008.