100 Days of Loneliness
Original title: 100 días de soledad
- 1h 33min
The team that it created Cantábrico (2017) presents its new and fascinating adventure: José Díaz is an Asturian businessman from Caleao, a little town belonging to the municipality of Caso (south-east to Principality of Asturias in frontier with the too autonomous community of Castilla y León), who decides to stand 100 days living on a cabin in the mid of Redes Park Natural, located inside of Picos de Europa National Park (Principality of Asturias, north to Spain), as tribute to his brother Tino, deceased many years ago. In complete loneliness and with four cameras plus a drone to record all the experience as the only one modern resource, Díaz passes the days traveling across Redes enjoying the sounds of nature and taking advantage to film the wild animal of Redes and its incredible landscapes. Learning to live without electronic technology in the cabin, cultivating the earth and getting his own food, Díaz realizes deep and touching reflections to camera about the frenzy and stressful lifestyle of the modern civilization in contrast with the more slowly and quiet day-by-day in the nature, remembering Tino and all important people he met along the years. Discovering along his 100 days in Redes the true meaning about life, family and love, Díaz offers to the viewer an unique experience of fusion between the man and the nature, and the importance to preserve the environment for everyone. —Chockys
Someday, the cold, silence and solitude would worth more than gold.
I really did enjoy this documentary. It's the images, but also the thoughts and feelings of being alone for such a long time without human contacts, and modern distractions. A place of peace where you only can reflect about you, where you are and who you want to be.
- Jan 31, 2019
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