The third, and final, instalment of the documentary series Las Sinsombrero deals with the life and work of a group of Spanish women artists who had to leave Spain and go into exile. The women are: Luisa Carnés, Mada Carreño, Margarita Nelken, Silvia Mistral, Victorina Durán, María Dolores Arana y Carlota O'Neill. After the Spanish Civil War, these women - all of them Spanish artists and intellectuals - went on a journey with an unknown destination that lasted longer than they expected and forced them to start over, both with their personal and their professional lives - a challenge that in many cases undermined the further development of their artistic careers. Even so, these women didn't give up: despite the challenges they kept facing, they continued to be productive and creative. Their work, like that of their contemporaries, forms part of the cultural history of Spain, which still fails to acknowledge many works of art and literature created in exile, even less if they bear the name of a woman.
CW: Depiction of gun. Discussion of exile, misogyny, war, fascism, and imprisonment. Mention of murder and homophobia.