Synopsis: Aminodin’s father always smiles because he says “happy people live longer”. That’s why, at eight years old, Aminodin puts his best smile while working at the Papandayan dump, where he lives with his family. Her cousin Aliman, on the other hand, lost his when bombs started falling from the sky in the city of Marawi.
A prestigious director and screenwriter, Javier Fesser has won six Goya awards and has signed such outstanding films as “El milagro de P. Tinto”, “Camino” and two adpatations of Mortadelo y Filemón. His latest work, “Campeones”, was the most successful Spanish production of 2018. Guillermo Fesser, known for his Gomaespuma program, is a writer and correspondent in the United States. He has co-written some of the films directed by his brother Javier; and jumped to the direction with “Candida”. Their latest project together is “El Monstruo Invisible”.