Hidden stories arise from the hair salons of Morocco. The protagonists are women who want to be free. Article 490 of the penal code states that sexual relationships outside of matrimony are forbidden and liable to be punished. Invisible Mothers (the title of the production) begins in the beauty salons in order to document diverse journeys, finished or pending.
These are the stories of Hafida, Fátima, Claire, and Nadia. Hafida will be returning home to Casablanca from Tanger. Fátima wants to recover her life in Spain without losing her son. Claire is the president of the association 100% Mums. Through her, we meet other male characters: a psychiatrist, a pediatrician, a gynecologist, committed to this fight. At the same time, there is a fascinating investigation taking place: Nadia, the midwife at a clinic close to Ceuta’s border, researches the conventions of motherhood amongst the Berber women and begins her investigation inside a rural zone.