Julio Hernández Cordón’s new film was selected for the Locarno Festival Competition. Miguel and Johnny have known each other since childhood. They spend their time skateboarding and having fun. To make easy money and continue skateboarding, they sell their own blood clandestinely. They turn the ploy into a business, until a major transaction doesn't turn out as they'd expected.
Julio Hernández Cordón directed his first short film, KM 31, in 2003. His first feature film, Gasolina, bagged him the Horizontes Award at the San Sebastian Festival 2008. Las marimbas del infierno (2010) secured his place as a multi-prizewinning moviemaker. He developed his third feature, Polvo (2010) at the Cannes Festival’s Cinefondation Residence. Hasta el sol tiene manchas had its premiere at the FIDMarseille International Film Festival in 2012, and Te prometo anarquía, its world premiere in the international competition at Switzerland’s Locarno Film Festival.