Grandfather, father, and son. And many unanswered questions. The director paints an intimate portrait of his father, seeking to understand the silence that has defined their relationship. Through a personal, honest and sensitive voice, we observe the emotional complexity of father-son relationships. A personal search that ends up becoming homage to Franco’s victims.
Víctor Forniés is a Spanish director based in Paris. He has a bachelor degree in Humanity Sciences from the University of Saragossa and he also holds two master’s degrees in Creative Documentary Making and Video Editing, both from the University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona. He has a certificate of Photography at the Spectrum Sotos Gallery of Saragossa. He has worked with Jean Claude Carrière, Marcel Lozinski, Victor Kossakovsky, Javier Rebollo, Albert Serra and Mercedes Álvarez, among many others.