A prestigious photographer goes through an intense creative crisis. Cut off from photojournalism, he is looking for a way to represent his present fears, inspiring a debate about image, freedom and market. After his participation in the most important communication media from Argentina and Spain, where he developed an indispensable archive over the violence of the 20th Century, Carlos Bosch´s quest opens a path to the question for the passing of time and the lonely persistence of the creation.
Director and screenwriter, Daniel Henríquez has developed his career between Madrid, Santiago and Buenos Aires. Beginning his work in fiction, in Argentina he experiments the documentary language for TV and in his second long feature film, “Shadows of light” (2018). His author’s perspective on subjects and characters is all over his work. His awarded short films “The hug”, “The Crewmen” and “Invisible!”, and his long feature film debut “A stop away from you”, had obtained financing from Public Founds, and had been released in cinemas, film festivals and international TV channels. He’s now living again in Madrid, in the city where all his curiosity for cinematographic image begun