This is a documentary on a DJ, Pascal who was born with no arms. It is filled with films of his childhood, interviews of him, and his daily life as a DJ. He continues his bright, positive life as he receives love from his family and friends.
When he was eighteen and in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the “ Movida madrileña” (important social movement in Madrid among young people that took place in the decade of 1980-1990) Ángel Loza started to experiment with Super 8mm, photography and video.
According to his own words:” I write because I need it, I produce because I have to and I direct because it is my passion.”
He started to write as a consequence of a painful relationship; his first script is about life and death from three angles: childhood, adulthood and old age.
He wrote and produced most of his works and all of them have been recognized in different parts of the world.
Self-taught, his works give us a critical reference of society. His opinion is sharp and this sharpness is always latent.
Screening / Award history:
FESTIVAL DE CINE DE NAVÁS
FESTIVAL DE CINE DE NERVA COBRE Y MALACATE
Jury Special Award to the Best Film Documentary Short
FESTIVAL DE CINE CIUDAD DE ESTELLA- LIZARRA
Best Film Documentary Short
I FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE MADRID FILMA MADRID
Jury Special Award