Spain, France / 2014 / 11'
Comala is a place invented by the Mexican writer Juan Rulfo in the famous novel Pedro Pàramo. Sixty years later Fran Ruvira, in an ironic and surreal spirit, went to the city of the same name in the south of Spain to ask for news about a certain Pedro Pàramo. However, if the assonance is not enough to make literature and realty coincide, the search will nevertheless lead him towards the discovery of other more profound analogies.
Fran Ruvira studied at the University of Valencia. Ha has directed numerous short films of different lengths. He regularly holds seminars on the cinematographic language at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.