Spain-Mexico. Direction: Paco Limón, Julio C. Sánchez. Production: Enrique López Lavigne, Enrique Cerezo, Pablo Guisa Koetinger / Apache Films, FlixOlé, Mórbido Films. Associated production: Video Mercury. Screenplay: Paco Limón, Julio C. Sánchez. Photography: Ernesto Herrero.Music: Javier Albarrán. Edition: Paco Limón, Nadia Martínez de Marañón. Running time: 84 min.
The poster has hints of La noche de Walpurgis (1971), Navajeros (1980), Un verano para matar (1972) and Supersonic Man (1979). The film, brought to us by Paco Limón (who wrote "suicidal thoughts and a fighting spirit") and Julio César Sánchez –associate producer of Scherzo diabólico (2015)–, is like a trip on a ghost train through that gloriously contagiuos Spanish cinema of the '60s-'80s. Fantaterror, gazpacho western, everyday porn and videoclubs from the previous millennium... Ozores, Grau, Javier Aguirre, Naschy and the divine Esperanza Roy, mixed in with the lively of biribilketa with Álex de la Iglesia, Nacho Vigalondo and many more. You are nobody unless you have appeared in Sesión salvaje. Its teaser premièred at its sister festival in Alcobendas.