The work follows the life story of a woman as fascinating as she was unknown: the Spanish singer Lina Codina, muse and wife of the brilliant Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev. The first years of their marriage were spent in the Paris of the avant-gardes, where the couple moved in the most exclusive intellectual and artistic circles. However, everything changed after Prokofiev's decision to return to the Soviet Union. Although they were showered with the highest honours, they eventually began to suffer from the maliciousness of the Stalin regime, and the deterioration of their relationship. After the end of the World War, Lina was falsely accused and, without anyone being able to do anything to save her, was sent to a Gulag, where she remained until Stalin's death. From the sublime to true Hell, Lina's life was the stuff of novels; a life marked by love, tragedy and the ability to resist.