After eight long years since his beloved wife's hideous murder, unexpectedly, an accidental discovery of two bodies near a Doctor's estate will stir things again in a long-forgotten buried case that nothing is as it appears. When they decide to share with each other the content of every text message, email and phone call they receive, many secrets start to unveil and the equilibrium trembles.
Within that space, Jaime apparently tries his best to tease out the truth of the crime, but Álex keeps resisting him.
On the other hand, Álex tries to communicate with his girlfriend Carla (Aura Garrido), in an attempt to elope with her, but finds his endeavors continually frustrated by circumstances.
It was not clear how this third activity raised issues of sex education but the first two certainly did.
The general principle in relation to human rights is that interference with those rights is permissible provided that the interference is directed at a matter of public interest and is proportionate to the reasonable needs of the state to act in that public interest.
The morgue security- guard Torres (Miquel Gelabert) has been scared out of his wits - so much so that he runs out of the building and is knocked down by a car.
Inspector Jaime Peña (José Coronado) investigates the crime, but finds the task difficult as he is still plagued by the memory of his wife's death a decade earlier in a hit-and-run accident. Set largely in and around the morgue, Oriol Paulo's film is a masterpiece of modern film noir, complete with dark shadows, long tracking shots down corridors, and point-of-view shots where we share the protagonists' uncertainties about what is going on.
Here, the German state argued that it was proportionate to insist on mandatory sex education lessons even though this might lead to teaching that was not in conformity with (in this case) the religious convictions of the parents.
That view was upheld by the European Court which held that any interference with the parental human rights was justified by the public interest in securing children’s education.
The decision is not in itself surprising but it is of interest because the English legal position is somewhat different to that in Germany.
In England, parents do have a statutory right to withdraw their children from sex education except from the statutory elements which form part of the National Curriculum for science.
Furthermore, according to the register, the body of Mayka Villaverde, a beautiful well-off businesswoman, is mysteriously missing from the morgue.