"Fuego gris" is a film directed by Pablo César. Set in the late 19th century, it tells the story of a group of women living in a remote village in Argentina. These women, known as the "Gray Fire" group, are dedicated to fighting for women's rights and social justice. They face numerous challenges and opposition from the conservative society, but their determination and unity remain unshaken. As they navigate through personal struggles and societal obstacles, the film explores themes of female empowerment, resilience, and the fight for equality. Through their activism and unwavering spirit, the women of "Fuego gris" inspire change and leave a lasting impact on their community.