Guille and Alex don’t know each other. Each of them leads their lives in their own way. They live according to how they have been taught and raised. Although they come from different worlds, they are united by something – their passion for swimming. And today, there’s a competition.
Animated documentary which uses the voices and drawings of a group of children who live in a clinic in India. The guitar, the dances, a trip out to sea, the cats Sweety and Kitty, and the sisters who look after them are just some of the treasures and dreams which the children keep hidden under the pillow.
Joe, who is busy running an old roadside petrol station, decides to take a break and have a beer. His efforts at enjoying his beer fail because someone is robbing him right under his nose.
Empty House is a journey around the ruins of this house in Irun, in which the artists Jorge Oteiza and Nestor Basterretxea lived between 1957 and the mid-1970s. While we are exploring this dark and empty space a dialogue is established between the images of the present and the materials of the past.
The employee comes to the factory every day. He is the only person who is qualified to do his particular job. It is precise, mundane, and repetitive work. Every morning he goes through the same drill, starting up each machine. Today, though, he has made a decision...
Nai is a child who lives in Phonm Penh, Cambodia. Recently, he is having nightmares about the Yeak, a Khmer monster that eats naughty children. Michael, his English teacher at school, tells him that monsters don’t exist. He assures him that they are just children’s fantasies. The truth, however, is very different.
The French voice of an old man jumps from one extreme scene to another, confused by the story which he is trying to tell us. Until he finally is aware of it…