After being evicted for not being able to pay their rent, several Roma families were forced to live on the street, under the highway bridge as they passed through Badalona. There the documentary photographer Jordi Oliver approached with the intention of living with them and denouncing that harsh reality through the image. After several months of visits, one of the mothers, worried about whether the social workers would take their children, proposed an idea: "We are going to write a letter to our Majesty the King, he will help us." p>
This report, which highlights the value of the family and the perpetual social stigma suffered by the Roma community, tried without success to be published, until today, 26 years later.