They’re imprisoned both in jailed an in their illnesses. In Caxias, in the outskirts of Lisbon, runs the only Portuguese penitentiary clinical center. Inmates from all over the country come to São João de Deus hospital to have minor surgeries, on an operation room surrounded by grids. The inmates with the most delicate health cases may end up serving all of their time in here; others go back to their penitentiaries after being treated, even if they have put their lives in jeopardy, escaping paybacks and getting evens in jail where they have to complete their time. In hospital, time runs slower, but there are less conflicts and chasings. Sometimes, it’s the last escape from hell.