First thing in the morning, Maria arrives at the institute with her father, who, seeing her too burdened with the lectern and the light, insists on helping her carry it. Once inside the center, the receptionist welcomes them to the new class, and tells Maria that her tutor, Miquel, will help her put away her things after class.
As soon as she arrives in the classroom, a classmate who apparently seems to want to help her out, Ana, what she actually does is tease her, and together with her friends they begin to bother her. A new student, Julia, defends Maria. Immediately the head of studies arrives, who informs them that this course they have the opportunity to want to belong to class A or class B. Maria, self-conscious when she sees that Ana’s little group will go to class A, chooses class B.
Maria tries to be normal in class, where she seems to get along with Julia, but during the break she needs to go to the bathroom to clear her head. The tranquility does not last long: she locks herself inside a cubicle when she hears Ana and two of her friends enter the bathrooms, who end up discovering her and photographing her with her cell phone without her permission. Upon returning to the classroom, Maria feels observed and violated.
When she rings the doorbell, Julia offers to help her, but Maria politely declines. Then Miquel appears and finally Maria lets herself be helped. After putting the easel and light together, the tutor encourages her to sign up for an activity and gives her a large-print brochure that he has printed for her.
Although Maria feels in a better mood, when Ana and her freidns group leave school, they bother her again, this time taking the flyer from her, and ends up returning home heartbroken and afraid. On the stairs of his house, he stays crying so that his family does not know what is happening.
(The short film is based on the experience of our director, the lectern and the lamp used in this film are the ones he used twenty-five years ago)