Slaughterhouse 36/39

Slaughterhouse 36/39 tells of the terrible situations that millions of citizens, especially women, were subjected to during the Spanish Civil War. This work is composed of three independent scenes: "Resistance 36", which tells the story of four prisoners locked up in a detention center; "Purging 38", which is developed in an asylum where they conduct experiments with women who, due to their left wing ideology, are considered mentally ill; And "Survival 39," centered on three militiamen who, crossing the Pyrenees to flee to France, find a fascist whom they do not know whether to kill or not. This work is, mainly, a story of victims. Victims who, throughout Spanish territory, suffered murders, rape, robberies, torture… at the hands of the rebellious side. Injustices that, to this day, are still unpunished.


THEMES: Civil War, Politics, Mental Illness, Escape, Totalitarian Regime, Dictatorship, Rivalry, Violence

GENRE: Drama, Historical, War



Ramón Paso is a screenwriter, playwright and a stage director, born in Madrid in 1976. He is the grandson of the playwright Alfonso Paso and great grandson of the writer Enrique Jardiel Poncela. More than 100 episodes written by Paso, between series and shows, were released on TV; among them are the most popular TV series of Spanish television, such as “Compañeros” or “Matrimonio con hijos”.



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