Belén grows up in a family of hysterical women. When her grandmother passes away, her ex-husband appears to have built up a new life in Belgium and earns part of the legacy. The family is furious and wants to get hold of the money while Belén tries to fight the hatred and travels to Belgium. She wants to know the truth about her family and herself and discovers that wisdom lies in the art of acceptance.

  • writer-director: Eva Cools

  • with: Elisa Mouliaá, Carlos Bravo, Terele Pávez, Esperanza, De La Vega and Paula Morago

  • producer:  Xavier Rombaut – Emerald Films (BE)

  • genre: drama

  • country: Belgium

  • year: 2011

  • duration: 30 minutes

  • with the support of: Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), SABAM

  • stage: released

festivals & awards: Opening film Leuven Short Festival (BE - 2011), Ciné Privé (BE - 2012), International filmfestival Esphino FEST (PT - 2012), Seven Islands (IN - 2012), El corto del ano (ES - 2012), Festival Internacional de cine de Lebue (CL - 2013), Ibn Arabi Int. Film Festival (ES - 2013), Ciné Public (BE - 2013), Firstglance Film festival Hollywood (US - 2013), Woman’s independent Film Festival Hollywood (Us- 2013 - awards: Best Narrative feature, Best director, Best screenplay, Best Actress - Elisa Mouliaa), ImagineIndia (ES - 2013), Europese week van de jeugd Malaga (Es- 2013)