Directed by Martín Desalvo

Run time 76 minutes


An outbreak of rabies has appeared in a small village where Virginia and her father live. He leaves to assist his brother-in- law since his eldest daughter is near death due to some strange illness.
Virginia is left alone at the house and Anabel, who is also her half sister, arrives and, surprisingly fevered and weakened, sleeps all day and stays up all night. Virginia tries to reach her father but the phone doesn’t work. Cold, suspicious, strange dreams and stress affect cohabitation. Even so, Virginia starts to feel attracted by Anabel.
When, upon the death of the other sick girl, the father and his brother-in- law come back to the village. But is too late to protect Virginia. These two men must then take a drastic decision: to hunt down the threat.


Winner of the Contest First and Second Films
Berlinale Selection Coproduction Forum


Roma International Film Festival
NCN Selection New Cinema Network
Winner of the grant awarded by the Metropolitan Fund of Culture, Arts and Science of Buenos Aires
Mar del Plata International Festival
Best Film, Work in Progress
Contest Avant-garde and genre Section
Official Selection International Film Festival Unasur


Official Selection Buenos Aires Red Blood XIV
International Film Festival of Horror, Fantastic and Bizarre BARS


Award: Best Photography
Fantastic Fest Austin
Best director
Macabre XIII
Best Film
Best Director
Fantaspoa 2014
Marche du Film Festival de Cannes
Blood Windows Gala
International Film Festival Rotterdam
Bright Future Section

Martín Desalvo


In 2005 he co-directed with Vera Fogwil the film The Ones Maintained With No Dreams, postproduction award Hubert Bals Fund with worldwide premiere in the Official Contest of the 34 Rotterdam International Film Festival of such year, which then received the following awards: “Best IberoAmerican First Film” at the XX Film Festival in Guadalajara, Silver Cóndor Award for “Best First Film” and “Best Supporting Actress” (Mirta Busnelli). “Best Film” and “Best First Film” at the 9th Los Ángeles Latino International Film Festival, “Best Film” at the 10th Milán International Film Festival and Silver Peacock Award at the 36th India International Film Festival. In TV he directed: the episode “Hammer”, incendiary of Murder women (2005) unitary series winner of the “Gold Martín Fierro” Award. Version for Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador of Desperate Housewives (2006) and in 2007 for Brazil. In 2009, Braves , in 2010 he co-directed with Daniel Barone To dress saints. In 2011, Special program of Huésped Foundation Back to the arena and he co-directed with Daniel Barone the first episodes of The pointer winner of the Gold Martín Fierro 2011. In 2012 the miniseries Think Malvinas and History loves, winner of the Primetime Award.

In 2013 he directed the film Daytime brought darkness.