With the overcrowding issue in Mexico City's prisons, authorities decided to authorize the establishment of a private prison called Capadocia. Two projects converge there, both as conflicting as their leaders: one, a humanitarian project lead by Teresa Lagos, who seeks to implement a program for the comprehensive rehabilitation of imprisoned women; the other, a commercial project spearheaded by Federico Márquez, who, conversely, seeks to benefit from the prison's cheap labor, This powerful fictional series recreates the reality of a women's prison, as well as the reality outside of it; moreover, it shows the similarities between both of them, at times the bars being the only distinction. The series depicts the positive and negative aspects of the human race; life is exposed as a constant fight for survival, marked by personal ambition, with sentences imposed at times by justice, and other times by feelings.
HBO Latin America
Un Lugar Sin Perdón (A Place Without Forgiveness)