by Carlos M. Quintela

2015, HD, 100’

Copruduction with Rizoma Films, Raspberry & Cream, M-Appeal, Uranio Films Original version: Spanish

Official selection IFF Rotterdam, Competition. Awards: Hivos Tiger Award - Lions Film Award Rotterdam IFF Festivals: Miami International Film Festival, Cinélatino - Rencontres de Toulouse, Bafici, Esperanza IFF, Sydney Film Festival, Taormina Film Festival, Filmfest München, Jerusalem IFF, Yerevan IFF, Durban IFF, Era New Horizons, Wroclaw, Guanajuato IFF, Festival de Lima, Encuentro Latinoamericano de Cine, Sarajevo FF, World Cinema Amsterdam, MCI Festival Sao Paulo, Vladivostok IFF of Asian Pacific Countries, Trinidad+Tobago IFF, Donostia, San Sebastián IFF, AFI Latin American FF, Washington DC, Rio de Janeiro IFF, Vancouver IFF, Busan IFF, Montreal IFF New Cinema, Festival Days of Cinema - Palestine, Kino Latino Köln, Viennale, Festival Internacional de Cine de Cali, Corona Cork FF, Clique FF, Minsk IFF, Brasilia International Film Festival, CineBaix Latin American FF, Ljubljana IFF, exground filmfest Wiesbaden, Filmar en América Latina, Festival de Cine Global Dominicano, Thessaloniki IFF, Goa IFF, Belgrade Auteur FF, Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano (Habana IFF), First Look Festival New York, Göteborg IFF, Portland IFF, San Diego Latino FF, OJOLOCO Latin American FF Grenoble, New Cuban Cinema FF, Emilio Indio Fernández: Cine sin Fronteras FF, Cine Las Americas FF, International Festival of Film and Urbanism "86", Desierto IFF, Innsbruck IFF, Festival Cuba im Film, International Architecture & Film Festival, Panoramica Latinfilm Festival

There is a plague of some sort. Mosquitos, maybe? Two fumigators from the public campaign against dengue fever get ready to sanitise one of the many apartments in a tower block situated in the ENC. The Electro-Nuclear City was once part of the grand Soviet-Cuban project to build the first nuclear power plant of the Caribbean. Now, the scant remains of this world weigh down on the backs of three solitary men who, unlike their pet fish Benjamin, have yet to learnt how to breathe underwater.