Light In The Darkness, A
1 x 75'
Moved by a motivating conference at her high school in Spain and a school trip to Morocco, Marta, a teen young girl decides to investigate on what is failing in children's education especially at developing countries. She is very touched by the precariousness of life at these countries. She really thinks that the only solution is an improvement of the education that these children get.
Marta and her friend Berta are determined to go further. Using their summer holidays, they will travel to Mozambique, one of the poorest countries in the world. They go to Ibo, an island on Northern Mozambique. It's a place where a system of sustainable education has been running for years. A place where charity and free help are considered the worst stimulus for growth.
Marta and Berta will try to understand through interesting interviews the reasons why in such a globalized world there is such high lack of culture that paralyzes people development. The strength of youth will stimulate them for a positive research for solutions that could be applied in the immediate future.