Sublime decision!

The battle of the sexes through a public window

Florita is a housewife in the late nineteenth-century Spain. One day she decides to emancipate and try her luck in the working world. Her family, friends and boyfriend are scandalized. This is her "sublime decision": to work in the Public Administration. And she will work in a sordid and sexist office. Although, little by little, she will adapt to her co-workers. Other women will join her to support her and they will create a public window exclusively attended by women. The bewilderment in the environment of the time generates multitude of situations.

 

THEMES: Work, Gender Roles, Emancipation, 19th Century, Battle of the Sexes, Overcoming, Sex, Friendship, Discrimination, Modernization, Personal Fulfillment

GENRE: Dramedy, Historical

 

RELEVANT FACTS: 

With three theatre versions, three TV adaptations and one for cinema directed by Fernando Fernán Gómez, this ingenious comedy draws a caricature of bureaucracy, the prejudice of the time and highlights the effort women put to join society. The plots and situations developed from this story are similar to American series such as "Mad Men" and "Masters of Sex".

Mihura, a playwright, journalist and screenwriter, is considered the main inventor of the Theatre of the Absurd, and the most outstanding comedian in Spanish language through the 20th century. Mihura wrote the scripts of more than twenty-five movies, among which stands out "Welcome Mr. Marshall", film directed by Luis García Berlanga in 1952.

 

POTENTIAL AUDIOVISUAL FORMAT: TV Series

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