“Sultana’s Dream” is an Indian feminist short story written in 1905 by Rokeya Hussein. Inés is a Spanish animation film director who happens to discover Sultana’s Dream. Fascinated by the story and its author Rokeya Hossein, Inés embarks on a trip to India with the purpose of making a film adaptation of the story. In the process, Inés understands the true meaning of the utopia proposed by Rokeya: a reminder to men and women that freedom is not a right but a conquest. The film is inspired by the experiences and personal diaries of the director Isabel Herguera.