Shaken by the pandemic, closed up at home, frightened, Évole and those close to him found a way forward in March. Why not do interviews during confinement? Through a webcam in Évole’s kitchen, we see people of all kinds talking not just about confinement, but about politics, fear, values, illness, dreams… about life itself. Here we present the essence of these interviews and the people behind them: the father who didn’t want to show off, Sabina giving up smoking, Pepe Mujica’s wisdom, Rosalía’s feelings, Baltasar Garzón’s anxieties, and the emotions of the health care workers, who will never forget what happened.
Confined is a journey to the heart of the pandemic. With a computer in a kitchen and nothing more, without fear of commitment or questions that might wound sensibilities. The way Jordi Évole always does.
Confined is a journey to the heart of society. Without fear of commitment, without backing down from the hard questions.