Carmine is only 10 years old and she is early discovering her sexuality. She plays being a grown up woman in the solitude
of her mother’s bedroom and thinks she accomplished it all but one detail, the high heel shoes, last bastion of femininity,
can’t bear yet her clumsy childish movements and she falls again and again. Her mother sends her to take some medicine
to her sick grandmother, on her way somebody starts following her. Once back at her home, Carmine will be the woman she
dreamed to be.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Camilo Manuel Rodriguez Yaya was born in 1973 in Buenos Aires. His first passion was the plastic arts, especially
painting. At the age of 18 he begins to write cinematographic reviews in “El amante cine”, one year later he
travels to Europe residing in different countries for almost 2 years, in which he did different tasks, like interviewing
directors and cinematographers of cinema and covering diverse festivals for graphic magazines. In the year
2002 he joins the Universidad del Cine (FUC) where he studies the career of Direction.
¿Qué hora es donde no hay hora? (What time is where’s no time?), MiniDV, 11min
Carmín, 16mm, 16m50s