Schoolgirls : What About The Storyline?

Schoolgirls(also known as La nias or The Girls) is a 2020 Spanish coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Pilar Palomero and starring Andrea Fandos and Natalia de Molina.

At the 35th annual Goya Awards, Palomero and Daniela Cajas took home the Goya Award for Best Film, the award for Best New Director, the award for Best Original Screenplay, and the award for Best Cinematography.

When Cajas was awarded the Cinematography Goya for the first time, she made history. The film won Best Drama Film, Best Director, and Best Screenplay from a total of six nominations at the 8th Feroz Awards, which were held in Cairo, Egypt.


What Happenend In Schoolgirls?

Celia, an 11-year-old girl, lives with her 30-year-old widowed mother Adela in the city of Zaragoza (province of Zaragoza, autonomous community capital of Aragón in northeastern Spain) in spring 1992. She attends a Catholic school and helps her mother with cooking and housekeeping.

Brisa (a new student from Catalonia’s capital city of Barcelona) disrupts her tranquil existence. Brash and vivacious, Brisa exposes Celia to new music bands while also making friends with Cristina and Clara’s elder sister. She is curious, restless, and exuberant.

In spite of the modernity of a Spain that in 1992 was the focus of attention as the European Cultural Capital, the Expo in Seville, and the Olympic Games in Barcelona, Celia’s life is kept conservative and repressive not only by the nuns but also by working-class illiterate Adela, who refuses to talk about Celia’s father and worries about her own aging father but is unable to visit him because she was banished from her birth village for being an unwed mother.

Celia’s weekends are spent dancing in discotheques with the other girls and learning that she is detested at school since she does not have a father like the other girls.

She’s lost her sense of self and is trying to figure out who she is and where she fits in. As unusual as the age in which they lived, “The Girls” depicts a distinct generation.

When Was Schoolgirls Released?

Schoolgirls provide a good experience and the movie was released in 2020.  but its accurate date is September 3, 2020.

Special Information About Movie

  • Genre:-Dramatic
  • Foreign languages:-English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • Director:-Pilar Palomero is the author
  • A runtime:-1 hour and 37 minutes

Cast Of Schoolgirls

Schoolgirls movie made good because it actor played their role very well. all character do their hundred percent for this movie.


  • Celia, played by Andrea Fandos, is a fictional character.
  • Adela is played by Natalia de Molina in the film
  • Brisa is played by Zoe Arnao.
  • starring Julia Sierra as Cristina
  • Madre Consuelo, portrayed by Francesca Pión in the role of
  • Actress Ainara Nieto portrays Clara in the film
  • Leyre is played by Elisa Martnez.
  • Carlota Gurpegui as the title role.

Schoolgirls’ Rating

The reviews for Schoolgirls have been overwhelmingly good. Based on eight reviews and an average rating of 8.8/10, Rotten Tomatoes gives it a perfect score of 100 percent approval.

The movie is related to a girl who does whatever it takes to quit being a young girl and start experimenting, trying new things. Moreover, IMDB also gives it a 6.4/10 rating to it.

Where Will You find Schoolgirls?

The movie is available on NetFlix and online also. and the trailer is available on youtube. but if you still do not see the trailer and you want to see it so just click and enjoy the video.

What I think:

Schoolgirls do not have much of the political tract that is founded on the persuasive details of Palomero’s personal memories, though.

The narrative of Celia’s hunt for the (rumor has it, unpleasant) truth about her father continues in the background.

It is handled, uncharacteristically for this picture, in a manner that may leave some viewers scratching their heads.

End lines- 

The story actually connects the young girls. if you are still not seen this movie so we recommend you to must-see this amazing movie. still, if you have questions you can comment us.

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