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Esther is a woman who is not accompanied by her time, she wants to be the first female boxer, in a world of men.

Chance wants that, thanks to a loss in the fight for the world championship of kick boxing, she is the most suitable to replace the best positioned fighter.

Esther takes up the challenge, fights and wins.

What would seem like a feat remains an anecdote and Esther continues in her private war to put the female sex in the place it deserves in that sport that men pride themselves on as their own.

Esther, in the end, is the mirror in which many other contact sport fighters look at themselves.


Esther is a fighter woman who wants to succeed in the world of contact sports.

When she begins this journey, Spain is a closed country in its customs and women have little or nothing to say in those disciplines.

Esther fights for the federations to recognize the role of women and the sponsors to open their doors.

As it happens, thanks to the loss due to injury of the best classified in the specialty of kick boxing to contest the world championship in South Africa, Esther will be the one to replace her in that fight for the belt in the super fly category.

Our protagonist arrives at the combat with little preparation and without giving the weight on the scale.

All this does not prevent her, thanks to her sacrifice and professionalism, from arriving on the day of the fight in the conditions required for the dispute of the world championship belt.

Esther, against all odds and in the country of her rival, rises with victory, in an epic combat for the annals of history.

Esther returns to Spain with the triumph and worldwide recognition for her feat, but she still has a long way to go so that women like her, warriors where they exist, receive the equal treatment they demand from federations and brands.

In the following years, our fighter becomes the athlete who will open the doors to all those who follow her in this elite sport and will lay the foundations for discrimination by sex in sports dominated by men, to be a thing of the past.

Today, Esther remains a cyclone who epitomizes the fight for gender equality in every aspect of our society.


beatriz abad


After studying film directing, screenwriting and film editing,her career has been on the move for ten years, working as a director of fiction, documentary, advertising creative, video clips, short films and experimental videos.

eduardo cazorla gómez


Course studies screenwriter and film director at the CECC under the direction of Hector Fáver. After getting titles in both disciplines, he wrote the script for “No em fumis” and also directed it (1994). The short film is filmed in 35mm.

javier g. salmones


He was nominated for a Goya for best photography for his work in The Language of Butterflies. In 2004 he was nominated for best photography from the Cinematographic Writers Circle for his work on Romasanta Hunting the Beast.




Release Date:
executive production:

Horus Creations


Beatriz Abad


Eduardo Cazorla Gómez


Javier G. Salmones

camera equipment:

José Miguel Guijarro, José María Mitchell García, Clara Romanillos Sánchez, Alessandro Sartarelli, Alba Gómez-Pastrana Sobrino, Javier De La Iglesia, Adrián Maldonado Martín, Rodrigo Santamaría

still photography & graphic design:

Hiurma Delgado

tech manager:

Carlos Tronchoni


Barcelona Activa, Record Time, ML-R Sound Studio, Round Sound

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