Author: Pau Miró
A launderette in a working-class area, an old-fashioned type launderette but in the present. It is owned by a family who lives there, behind the area where customers are served, in a none-too-large ground floor flat. The family is formed by a father, a mother and their daughter, who uses a wheelchair. One night a stranger arrives at the launderette with a blood-stained shirt. He is in a hurry to get it cleaned. At the heart of this family, things start to change at vertiginous speed.
Lleons is the second part of a trilogy (completed by Búfals and Girafes) that from different perspectives tackles the subject of family bonds, as well as imbalances, aggressiveness and the solitude generated by growth in the big cities.