Spain, 2017, 85′
The intimacy of a hotel room. The immensity of a desert. A desolate gas station. In these picturesque settings, hideous crimes occur under the cold stare of unexpected protagonists that show the dark, twisted and perverse sides of human existence. But what if there was only a thin line between victims, criminals and spectators? DHOGS points to the wicked, in a perverse world of masters and slaves. Where crimes occur before a passive, insensitive society. A reflection of the darkest reality.
A Telecommunication Engineer, Teacher and Sound Technician. He wrote, directed and edited some audiovisual works, including his first long feature film (Dhogs, 2017). At the age of twenty he started to make small independent short films with his friends, just tests. When he was working in Edinburgh, he wrote the script for his first feature film.