Spring of 1992, City of Zaragoza (province of Zaragoza, autonomous community's capital of Aragón; north-east to Spain). Celia is a 11-years old girl who lives alone with her widow mother Adela. Nice and friendly, Celia's world reduces to her students in a catholic school for ladies and helping Adela with the homework as cooking and cleaning the rooms. However, her apparently peaceful world changes when to the school arrives Brisa, a new classmate from Barcelona (Catalonia's capital). Curious, restless and exciting, Brisa introduces Celia in modern music bands that she doesn't know, at the same time that Brisa befriends with another classmates as Cristina and Cristina's older sister Clara. Despite the modernity of a Spain which in that year was focus of attention by Madrid as European Cultural Capital, the Expo '92 in Seville and the Olympian Games in Barcelona, Celia lives a conservative and repressive education not only by the nuns, but a worker-class and illiterate Adela, denied to ...