El Punto Ciego (English: The Blind Spot) starts off with how there is a part of our vision that is invisible to the eye, hence, the “blind spot”. As a tired man closes the book with this information in mind, another man, a porter, asks him if he’s studying medicine. They carry on a simple conversation, and we are suddenly given another view simultaneously- this time of the porter’s room. They continue talking, and the interesting view of the room continues, until a woman catches the porter’s eye. Curious events then unfold in the split screen. Continue Reading
Stand By starts at Christmastime. It was supposed to be a simple car ride with his daughter in the backseat and his wife following behind them, but something went wrong. He tries to move on from what happened, but weird incidents with the radio are keeping him tense. What actually happened that night? What happened to his daughter? Will we ever know for sure? Continue Reading
This short film is about a grandmother bidding her granddaughter good night. However, there seems to be a lingering sinister presence at night that the young girl knows about… Something the grandmother may just discover, too. This is reminiscent of Ignacio… Continue Reading
This short film is about a taxi cab driver who finds a life-changing moment after going through a rough ordeal – one wherein he gets a pretty bad rejection. His life – and his overall persona – will then seem… Continue Reading
Presencia (Presence, in English) starts off with a woman, who may be in danger of a crime. However, a number of other people come in, and more questions than answers will be raised in the course of the night. Who wants to kill who? Who is the guy in the hoodie? What actually happened that night?
This actually is one film that keeps you guessing, and the actual answer for everything does not seem to be clear. Still, suspenseful in its own right, and definitely curious.