A couple of days ago, and with months of delay since its release to cinemas, we could finally watch the movie directed by Benito Zambrano, entitled "La Voz Dormida". It is an adaptation of a book with the same title, written by Dulce Chacón, and it tells the story of women in prison after the Spanish civil war of 1936-1939, in a credible manner, even if it does tell the vision from one of the parties, the Republican fighters.
The film is deeply moving, and you can't avoid to feel infuriated by the events happening those years in my country. But we found specially remarkable the work of María León, a young actress who does one of the main roles in the film, and who absolutelly excelled at it. She is natural, and convincing, and funny sometimes, yet profoundly sad in other occasions. I think she deserves absolutely the several awards she's received for this interpretation.