The director creates a collage, between filmed images, superimposed animations and a multi-voice narrative that takes us through an exploration of age and growing pains.
Isabel Aboim Inglez’s colorful animation recollects, frame-by-frame, her childhood memories of cowboys battling indians in the ‘Condor’ magazine.
“In far away Paraguay, there was a young man … who in his heart had an empty meadow.” This is the theme for a musical film in animation, where the director plays exemplary with screens, guns and money, between narrative and abstraction. Chagall, Picasso and Kandinsky hang around in a synthesis that seemed impossible, a film adapted from a book by P. Cachapa. (Miguel Valverde)