— I usually review the information and news for most of the week, I try to watch the news from all over the world to "keep up to date" but I think that the current times are full of information and in some cases people suffer from the "infoxication" of both traditional and modern media and this can produce an effect of immunity towards some news content. It is common to forget the news of past weeks of new events that happen day by day, fading away to make room for new issues. A virtuous circle, of update and of forgetfulness.
I decided that this story for its characteristics and elements deserved to be told in another way, from another point of view in which this news were not inserted into the infinite torrent of information of twitter, nor into the rundown of a 24-hour television news program. I believe that by extracting a fact from the news environment, its transience is left aside, this can cause people to take a different interest in the news and from the author's point of view, to look at the components of the story and its development, and to generate their own reflections from the narrative presented in the documentary.