Initially she did not get success with his method of teaching, whereupon it begins to observe the cultural diversity among their students, and knows the difficult and harsh reality in which they live, and concludes that they feel excluded from society, and hasprospects for the future, so she reassesses and change their practice, working with poems that had death as its theme, it was a matter that was part of everyday life for his students when he realized that this was not enough she starts to reward students who acertassem issues, with tours, chocolates and dinner, in order that they understand that the real reward was to learn. He also gave top marks to all the class and explained that maintaining a high note was a lot harder than you take. During this process it begins to be questioned by the school, even after achieving success with their methodology, but she is not intimidated and continues to believe in the potential of their students.
Inspired by true events, the script does not shy away from the cliches of genre films, but I Lucyano Jorge highlight something interesting: it is very important that the teacher whenever it deems necessary to question and change their practices in order to accommodate the needs of their students. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" (Nelson Mandela). The beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer (Dangerous Liaisons and The Spell of Aquila) plays the courageous teacher Louanne, the highlight of the soundtrack is Gangsta's Paradise rapper Coolio.