Buenas noches, España is a road movie transforming into a psychedelic trip. A beautiful girl and a handsome boy travel around Spain as if discovering the worlds disappeared, as if travelling in time and space. The director experiments on the edge of cinema and video art, monochromatic picture and colour. The historical limits are not left behind: the modern Spain constitutes itself on the background of its colonial past.
Screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2012.
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