This chapter discusses how Iciar Bollain's Flores de otro Mundo uses melodramatic techniques in an attempt to offer a vision of the migratory experience through the eyes of the Caribbean female migrants in a rural village of Spain. Flores makes extensive use of melodramatic elements in an attempt to disclose the tensions and negotiations between different individuals in a small village in the middle of Spain. This film's plot is inspired by the real 'women convoy' organized by the bachelors in the Aragon village of San Juan de Plan in 1985. Bollain's film continues with the traditional characteristics of Spanish rural cinema. This film conveys the clash of two cultures, the Castilian, arid and dry, and the Caribbean, hot and open. It shows the Caribbean bodies and culture merging in the rural Castilian community, particularly through the relationship between Patricia and Gregoria.