The Atresmedia Television series Már de Plástico has been awarded in the IX edition of these awards for being a fiction thriller that builds different racial profiles and produces an enriching mix of cultures, races and languages, with a gipsy main player performed by the actress Nya de la Rubia.
In this sense, Enrique Maya Awards, created in 2009, has been a landmark when it comes to tell people, groups or institutions involved in the gipsy people promotion in all areas: arts, education, social inclusion, solidarity and concord.
This Special Mention for the Atresmedia show is a recognition of the Group’s clear commitment for the inclusion and standardization of minority groups in the program and series contents as a main responsibility for the media in society.
In the awarded show, Lola is a 25 years old woman with a strong personality, brave, and stubborn that became Guardia Civil. This made her a pariah among their people, being rejected by her own ethnicity. Despite this fact, Lola loves her family above all, respect its values, traditions and way of being. Deep inside, Lola wants to go back and her people welcome, but without giving up the values of her job as a Guardia Civil. She thinks both realities have a purpose.