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Octavio Guerra Quevedo / 20´ / 2019 / Spain

Direction: Octavio Guerra Quevedo
Production: Elisa Torres Adam
Script: Carlos Aparicio, Octavio Guerra
Editing: Octavio Guerra Quevedo
Cinematography: Carlos Aparicio
Sound: Octavio Guerra, Alex H. Capilla

After 10 years of living in the street and alcohol, Jesus tries to reintegrate himself into society through a social program. After two years of obligations, rules and living in a shared apartment with other users, he begins to realize that he will never have an independent life again. His way of headlong rush and feeling freedom is running.

Octavio Guerra, 1976, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain). Graduated in Journalism at the University of Valencia, he also took the Iberoamerican Masters of Films and TV script writting (FIA-UIMP, 2002-2004. Valencia). His short documentary “The Russians´ Machine” has been nominated for the Goya Awards. His first feature film non-fiction “Agua Bendita” has been selected at festivals such as Toulouse or Havana, and his second non-fiction feature “Searching for Oscar” made its World Premiere in Berlin Critics´ Week at the Berlinale 2018.

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