Irene, Joan Carles and Ramón are going through a difficult time. But little by little each of them will realize that their biggest problem is not their internal struggle, but the social stigma and ideas about mental health that society has.
Irene is void of emotion. A mother of two, she is recovering from depression and diligently takes her medication despite concerns at the side effects.
Ramón wants to live a normal life. He’s in a mental health home, but pushes against a wall when he tries to go out into the world and find a new life for himself.
Joan Carles is tired of hiding his schizophrenia. He knows that in order to accept the condition, he has to talk openly about it.
As we go inside their minds, we realise that the greatest challenge in their rehabilitation is not the illness itself, but rather the way the illness is perceived by others around them.