In a lonely house, a woman reproduces the same routine every day to invoke her deceased husband and thus relive a dark episode from the past she can’t forget.
After studying Direction and Screenwriting in Madrid, he moved to Barcelona, where he has developed most of his professional career.
Víctor has worked in the Direction Department, as a 2nd AD, in films such as “V.O.S” (Cesc Gay, 2009), “Julia’s eyes” (Guillem Morales, 2010), “Three Steps Above Heaven” (Fernando González Molina, 2010), “The Body” (Oriol Paulo, 2012), or “I want you” (Fernando González Molina, 2012).
In 2015 he starts working as a 1st AD in films such as “Requirements to be a Normal Person” (Leticia Dolera, 2015). “Barcelona Christmas Night” (Dani de la Orden, 2015), “Res no tornarà a ser com abans” (tv movie, Carlo López, 2015), “Quatretondeta” (Pol Rodríguez, 2016), or “Verónica” (Paco Plaza, 2017).
He has worked as a Second Unit Director in films such as “Contratiempo” (Oriol Paulo, 2017), “De la ley a la ley” (tv movie, Silvia Quer, 2017), “Mirage” (Oriol Paulo, 2018), and he has just finished “Legado en los huesos” and “Ofrenda a la tormenta”, both directed by Fernando González Molina.
In 2009 he directed the short film “Ángeles sin cielo”, selected in more than 20 national and international festivals, and receiving numerous awards, such as the Best Short Film Award at the Errenteria Festival and the Calamonte Joven Contests, the Special Mention at the Bancaja Prize or the Special Mention at the Festival of Cinema and Human Rights in Santa Coloma. “Ángeles sin cielo” was also a finalist for Best Short Film at the Goya Awards.
Una casa en el campo is his second short film.