In 1921, the steamboat Santa Isabel was carrying 260 Spanish emigrants to America, when it sank just off the island of Salvora in Galicia, Spain. Only three women from the island came to help and managed to rescue 50 of the passengers. While the women are lauded as heroines, the suspicion that the accident was provoked starts to spread like wildfire, instigated by an Argentinean journalist who arrives on the island to cover the story. As his investigation advances, the pressure on the three women increases while the truth slowly begins to filter out.
The Film Agency has developed the digital strategy and asset locker for this debut by Paula Cons and produced by Agallas Films. The focus of the campaign was mainly during the Spanish awards season. World sales and distribution in Spain are handled by Filmax.