Cappuccino Commotion

The road to maturity is not like in the movies.

At the age of thirty-three, the protagonist decides to seize an opportunity offered by her job to leave her life in Barcelona and move to the central neighborhood of Lavapiés in Madrid. This wonderful opportunity to lose herself in the anonymity of a new city full of opportunities and new experiences triggers a journey in search of self-affirmation, punctuated by a series of life-changing situations and moments: dating, marriage, couples therapy, friends, breakups, bankruptcy, the night confuses me, I’m back to square one, unexpected love… In short, life itself. She will have to face the complexities of gender, sex and love, and discover that the drift towards maturity is not always as it is shown in movies, songs and books –her constant references in her emotional growth.

Interestingly enough, when she decides to bet on the most unexpected relationship with the most unexpected person, they embark together on motherhood and she holds her baby in her arms for the first time, all the pieces of the puzzle end up fitting together.


RELEVANT DATA: Full of humor and wit, Cappuccino Commotion tackles, without filters, the most universal and delicate topics of today’s thirty-year-olds, such as gender identity, starting from scratch, marriage, having children, etc.

Rosa Navarro is an illustrator who has collaborated in several publications. She is known for writing the first comic book in Spain that talked about lesbianism from an open point of view.


What the critics have said:

“Navarro has turned to self-fiction and, without losing her innate freshness, has sought a more serious register that allows her to talk about homosexuality, the discovery and acceptance of sexual identity, the passage from childhood to maturity, the ‘search for an emotional stability that never comes’ and having children as a lesbian couple. Themes and emotions that can be extrapolated and universal, capable of capturing not only the reader with LGBTQ+ sensitivities.” El Periódico

“A super interesting comic about a gender-dissident person. It’s also a clear example of the transition to adulthood and all the talk surrounding the term ‘maturity’.” Goodreads


AUDIOVISUAL POTENTIAL: TV Series, Miniseries, Film, TV Movie.


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