It is a sweltering day in Buenos Aires, Miserere square and the railway station are packed. Almost unnoticed, a group of guys prostitute themselves for very little money. Their thoughts emerge, deadening the oppressive hustle and bustle of the square and the station.
“Miserere” reveals an invisible problem: the prostitution of needy men in the big Latin American cities.
Francisco Ríos Flores was born in Argentina. He worked on commercials, documentaries, animations and feature films. He directed short films that were shown in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, Venezuela, Mexico, Uruguay, Iceland. He is the writer and director of “Peach”, a short film selected for more than 20 festivals and “Miserere”, a full-length documentary film. He participated in the 2014 Talents Campus Buenos Aires organized by Berlin International Film Festival.