A bunker refuses to disappear into oblivion. Its echoes reach Pamplona, the residual, predictable and automated world of Cosme, where one of his employees panics and flees, burning his wheels, as if pursued by a beast (something that appears to repeat itself every so often). A wasteful god invites us to dance, his <> slogan shines on the screen and seduces us, enticing us to go with him to a dangerous party that's taking place outside.
Alberto Gracia studied Fine Arts, specialising in sculpture. His first foray into audiovisual production, more than fifteen years ago, consisted of recording small actions and performances, and documenting the movement of highly precarious, ephemeral machines made from rubbish. In 2007 he filmed on 16mm Microfugas. O Quinto Evanxeo de Gaspar Hauser, his first feature-length film, was shot in Super 16 mm and won the FIPRESCI prize in Rotterdam in 2013. La estrella errante was presented in the same festival in 2018. He is currently working on his third feature film.