Yono, or Mbah Jhiwo (ancient soul), a Kawah Ijen sulfur miner, sees his routine radically altered the moment his wife goes away. Trapped like Sisyphus into an eternal return, Yono will face similar events that mutate in appearance as his beliefs move from animism, to Islam and capitalism. An ethnofiction that explores otherness and questions the myth of progress in the neocolonial reality of the South Seas.
Four teens, Mickey, Yeray, Sam and Guada, are locked away on an island in a mental institution. Their bill of health is hefty: attention deficit disorder, obsessiveness, bipolar disorder, anxiety attacks, and sociopathic tendencies. When Guada has only one day left in the institution, all four of them make their escape to freedom.
The thrill of it makes them feel like they could conquer the world. But soon, they face a ton of problems: How to get off the island? How to get food? How to travel? Where to go next? And most importantly, how not to get caught. But despite all this, a common strength unites them: the power of imagination. It got them out and now it will get them to Ibiza, to Mickey's brother who is sure to take them in...
With a detective on their heels, the “fab four” miraculously overcome all obstacles with the help of their very own ingenuity, courage and wit – begging the question, who is truly sick: them or society locking them in.
Billed as a dark fairytale, Baby is set in a modern town nestled deep in an eerie forest. There, a young drug addict hits rock bottom when she sells her new-born baby to child traffickers. She soon regrets her decision and finds the courage to get him back. To do so, she must break in a house where the old lady she met, her albino servant and a little girl, all live together. Nothing could have prepared her for what she will discover.