The Blue Overall (El Mono Azul)

During the Spanish Civil War, four militia women are isolated, all alone and lost when going behind the fascist lines. They know they are close so they stay hidden in a bell tower of a demolished church. There, they are looking for the way back to Madrid, but soon they start fighting with each other. Carmela believes the only way to win the war is to fight and die, and Lucia believes it is better to use ideas and words in order to win. Victoria, the most optimistic, wants to come back to Madrid and continue working in the militias. Everything gets complicated when the fascists shoot Victoria in one leg and the chances of getting out of there alive become almost inexistent. This work is a tribute to all the militia women who, during the Spanish Civil War, decided to wear the blue overall and fight the enemy in the same way that men did.


RELEVANT FACTS: 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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