Parchis was more than the most popular kids’ band in Spain between 1979 and 1985, it was a major social phenomenon. Their success was registered by millions of album sales, worldwide tours, movies and a handful of songs that keep engaging new generations. But how did its protagonists experience it from inside? How did they personally live the transition from childhood to adulthood? Was being a member of Parchis an opportunity for personal and career development or was it a lifelong burden? The documentary answers to these questions through direct testimonies of its members, as well as those of others who actively participated.