We were not born to be cultivated, sowed, or gathered. As if the sentence were a declaration of intent that accompanied the title of the fiction Libertad. This is how the nineteenth-century drama is presented, which Enrique Urbizu will premiere on Movistar + and in theaters on March 26, with a first trailer to which has had exclusive access and which begins with the pardon at the last moment of Lucia la Llanera.
The singer Bebe, whose voice begins these first images of the series, will be the protagonist of a project that will become both a television series for the Movistar platform and a film that will be taken to theaters. Lucia La Llanera and her son, who was born in prison and does not know freedom, will be persecuted by gangs of bandits and gunmen of Governor Montejo, Lagartijo -the boy’s father and Aceituno in 19th century Spain.
Every time I got up there with the rope around my neck. I thought I was losing you and that was what hurt me the most says at the beginning of the trailer a Baby locked in a prison, where she has spent her last years, and with the hair totally shaved. She will be in charge of heading this project produced by LaZona and distributed in theaters by A Contracorriente Films, whose cast is completed by Isak Ferriz, Xabier Drive, Jorge Suquet, Sofia Oria, and Jason Fernandez and which will feature the special participation of Pedro Casablanca and Luis Callejo.
The fiction, directed by Enrique Urbizu and written by Miguel Barros and Michel Gaztambide, will be divided into five 50-minute chapters in its television version and the film will run for 135 minutes in movie theaters. This drama will also feature original music by the musician and composer Mario de Benito, who was already nominated for the Goya Award as Best Original Soundtrack in 2012 for There will be no peace for the wicked, directed by Urbizu himself and which has more than three decades of experience in the music industry.