Spain. Direction: Fernando González Gómez, Raúl Cerezo. Production: José Luis Rancaño, Mamen Espinosa, Carlota Amor, Juan Barquín, Helion Ramalho, Raúl Cerezo / Person’s Films, La Dalia Films. Executive production: José Luis Rancaño, Silvia Melero, Carlota Amor, Helion Ramalho, Tine Klint. Screenplay: Luis Sánchez-Polack, based on an idea and plot by Raúl Cerezo / Previous screenplay: Asier Guerricaechebarría, Javier Echániz. Photography: Ignacio Aguilar. Music: Alejandro Román. Edition: Sergio Rozas. Cast: Ramiro Blas, Cecilia Suárez, Paula Gallego, Cristina Alcázar, Yao Yao. Running time: 90 min.
Seriously, something written by someone called Luis Sánchez-Polack, matured over 32 episodes of "Sálvese quien pueda" (2005), by someone with a surname as Basque-infused as Gerrichaechebarría, appearing in the credits of The Blacksmith and the Devil (2017), can't be bad. And even less so if it's helmed by the co-director of the El Escorial Short Film Festival (Raúl Cerezo) and someone christened (or not) Fernando González Gómez, author of The Working Dead (2014). It's got to be brilliant if it features the "Lagarto" of "Señoras del (h)AMPA" (2019-2021) Ramiro Blas, and the Paulina de la Mora of "La casa de las flores" (2018-2020). It can't be bad if it's about zombies, extra-terrestrials and Spain's abandoned areas. Or if the lead character is an Ebro van and the soundtrack pumps out the extravagant pasodobles of Suspiros de España and Amparito Roca.