Directed by Miguel Lafuente
MY BROTHER tells the story of a young Spanish, Alberto, who have fled as far as possible from her conservative family. He lives in Berlin with her partner, and works as an illustrator of comics. But an unexpected event forces him to return to his suffocating Castilian village and confront not only their own origins but lies who created to survive. To save his guilty he will try to change the future of their tragedy through fiction, as best he can do, drawing. It is a story that takes us from a cosmopolitan, artistic and free world into a deep and hypocritical Spain, that still remains depressed despite the achievements of our society.
Born in Madrid he is a lover of cinema. He began his film career in New York, where he shot his first short film “Camera, Guitar” (2009). After this enriching experience he founded Parandroid Films to produce his own films and support other projects. In addition to that point, his previous work “The look of the pictures” (2010), “What I want from you” (2012), and ‘Separata’ (2013), have come LGBT festivals worldwide. At the present he is artistic director of the festival LesGaiCineMad.