Camilo Franco in “La Voz de Galicia”, Fugas. Page 4, April the 5th 2013
The important stories
(…) this silent comedy naturally conveys, in several ways, how everyday situations are assumed. The island set increases or decreases depending on how the character´s relationship progresses. The story explains directly what many political speeches do not transmit and what many ministerial orders conceal. (…) It is told through clowns´ movements and mischievous attitudes. Complications exist, as well as the solutions that we, as adults, do not always want to give. It is all there, although it might not seem so. That is one of the great virtues of the show. After all, what our important stories need is to find someone that can tell them in a simple manner. And if a happy ending is possible, even better.