Madame Duval is the story of Victoria Kent, who dedicated herself to the defense of freedom and improving the Spanish prison system.
Victoria Kent, after becoming the first woman lawyer in Spain, wants to defend the freedom and improvement of women. But when the President of the II Spanish Republic, Alcalá Zamora, offers her the position of Director General of Prisons, she devotes herself fully to the reform of Spanish prisons. However, the innovative content of her changes clashes with the Spanish patriarchy leading to her resignation.
Victoria goes through the civil war as a refuge in Paris and an exile to Mexico. She later takes a job at the UN and creates the magazine Iberica in New York. She will only visit Spain again in 1977.
SOON IN EBOOK – Script available only in its Spanish version.
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