Summer in a southern working-class skid row. Tano, a youngster doing time in a remand home, receives a special 48-hour pass to attend his brother Santacana’s wedding. During the time he spends outside of the home, Tano runs back into his best friend, Richi, throwing himself into having as much fun as he can in such a short time, doing everything he is forbidden to do at the centre: he gets drunk, takes drugs, steals, loves, and basically resuscitates. He feels free and uses his freedom with the full force and daring of adolescence. But the longer he spends outside of the centre, the more Tano’s references tumble around him: the neighbourhood, the family, love, friendship, everything has changed. More than a 48-hour leave, Tano’s freedom becomes an imposed voyage towards maturity.
Seville, 1971. He co-directed with Santiago Amodeo the short films Prólogo a una historia de carreteras (1998), Best Andalusian Short Film according to the Andalusian Critics’ and Writers’ Guild, and Bancos (1999), Jeunes Léopards and Audience Awards at Locarno, plus the feature films El factor Pilgrim (2000), Special Mention from the New Directors Award Jury at San Sebastian Festival that same year, and El traje (2002), also presented in Zabaltegi.
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