Breathe is a documentary made from the personal relationship between the female inmates of the justice center Brians 1 and the bond between these women and the prison and the space that delimits them. Breathe put faith in a realistic and direct filming that shows life in prison. How do you live a life with the absence of freedom? We vindicate these women as the subject of speech because they are often silenced. We also reflect on whether the judicial and penitentiary systems are favorable from a political, social and bioethical point of view in the lives of these inmates.
With support of TV3, Departament of Justice and Department of Culture of Generalitat de Catalunya, Mousiké and Institut Ramon Llull.
In 2021 was premiered at the 66th SEMINCI edition in the competitive section DOC. España, at the Beirut Women Film Festival, at the III Online Mujeres de Cine Festival, at Gender Bender Festival Bologna and B-Movie Hamburg; it was broadcasted in Sense Ficció on TV3. In Catalonia, it was premiered on November 25 in the season Mujeres de cine: Nosotras contamos at the Cinema Girona in Barcelona. It was a candidate as a Best Documentary at the XIV Gaudí Awards and as a Best Film at the Goya Awards. Finalist in the Montserrat Roig Awards for Journalism and Social Communication 2021. It is touring aound several headquarters of the Instituto Cervantes around the world.