(Costa Rica, 2015) Dir. Nicole Villalobos / 9min 6sec / Rated: PG
Synopsis: Carlos Arrieta is an accountant in his fifties. Facing depression, he enlists himself in a christian church. One morning he receives a visit from Daniel, a young preacher from the church. When the conversation flows, a strange tension between them begins to be felt.
Nicole Villalobos is a student of Film and Television at Veritas University. Her short documentary Pastor Fernandez: Passion, Disillusionment and Glory won the Best Documentary Short Film award at the CRFIC 2013. Her short film The Projectionist was part of the official selection of the CRFIC 2014. Her short film Saturday won the Audience Award at the Enfocus Festival and was part of the National Short Film Competition at the CRFIC 2015. She is the director of Tempo: The National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica, which won the Audience Award for the Best Central American Film at the CRFIC 2015, and the Amando Céspedes Marín National Culture Award for the best National Audiovisual Work of 2016.