Brothers Evaristo, Félix and Baltasar Guallar are the only inhabitants of Escó, a crumbling village in Aragón, Spain. They have lived there alone all their adult lives. Now their insular world is under threat. In 1959, Escó was expropriated under Franco's regime: the Guallar family were the only inhabitants to remain. Today, the construction of a motorway to the Pyrenees threatens Escó’s existence once again. What will be the final fate of the brothers and the curious place they call home?
An emerging documentary filmmaker from Vic, Barcelona. In 2019 she graduated in Communication and Filmmaking from Pompeu Fabra University. EL DÍA QUE VOLARON LA MONTAÑA is her first film as a professional filmmaker.
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