Jacinto is a nine-year-old child trapped in the body of a man near his fifties. He lives with his old parents in Mallou, a small village that lies in ruins in the middle of the Galician mountains. Far away from the modern world, Jacinto has built a fantasy world in which he is the absolute king. This world breaks in pieces when two black metal artists arrive to the village looking for a place to record the new album for their band. Jacinto knows that Mallou is too small for the five of them. Just like in the movies, he has to come up with a plan to make the newcomers disappear.
Javier Camino Miguélez
Director and scriptwriter, he has worked in the production of short films, videoclips and web series, but also has experience in TV. He has recently directed his first documentary film, The Boy’s Nation, first screened at the Ourense Film Festival.
Director / Javier Camino Miguélez
Screenplay / Javier Camino Miguélez
Production / Xabier Eirís
Music / Reserva Espiritual de Occidente
Cast / Pedro Brandariz, Anxela Baltar, Corinna Rautenberg, Juanma Buiturón