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Luis is a tough-as-nails business man who’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants. Well, he’ll stop when he’s got a flat tire. And when he discovers a corpse in the trunk of his car…


Original Title : MOSCAS
: Aritz Moreno
Screenplay : Javier Gullón
Cast : Ernesto Alterio, Claudio Rissi, Mara Bestelli, Tomás Pozzi & Gabriel Fernández
DOP : Javier Agirre Erauso
Producer : Merry Colomer
Production : Morena Films
Distribution : ViX TelevisaUnivision
World Sales : ViX TelevisaUnivision

Year : 2023
Country : ,
Audio : Spanish
Subtitles : EN / FR / NL
Running time : 100'

Genre(s) :
Audience : 16+
Premiere : Belgian
Competition(s) : ,


Extra Info

An encyclopedia of flaws, from the A of arrogant to the Z of zealously egotistical, that’s Luis Machi. In other words, he’s got all the qualities to make it big in the business world, where the mantra is: crush or be crushed. And hey, Luis happens to like crushing others, like flies. Preferably the helpless little guys, like the illegal workers slaving away at his construction sites or the hijo de puta of the towing service who dares to let him wait for 45 minutes – 45 MINUTES! – after he got stuck by the side of the road with a flat tire on his way to an important meeting. Luckily, the M of macho is also in his encyclopedia, so he decides to take matters in his own hands and go look for the spare tire in the trunk. But there, next to the tire, lies a corpse swayed by flies and attached with the handcuffs he likes to use during the extracurricular activities with his secretary. What kind of pendejo did this to him? Not easy to find out when your enemy list can also fill up an entire encyclopedia…

We already wanted to present his debut feature ADVANTAGES OF TRAVELING BY TRAIN back in 2020, but now with his second, even stronger film we know Aritz Moreno has got everything to become a household name at the BIFFF. At first we’re on familiar ground, that of the – genius! – black comedy, on the level of Alex de la Iglesia at his most cutting edge (and trust us, it cuts deep, especially in a scene that has already become cult). But little by little it shifts into ever stranger territory, with an ending that will surely get your tongues rolling and heads spinning…