Penelope and Ulysses live on the beautiful island of Ithaca. As a couple they are the envy of all and their quiet, peaceful life brims with love. They spend their time indulging in pleasure and enjoyment of the senses… until Ulysses hears strange siren songs that draw him away from home in a quest to merge with the goddess of nature. Meanwhile, Penelope and their son Telemachus unconditionally await Ulysses’ return. Suitors throng to woo Penelope but she delays by weaving poems during the day and unweaving them at night. —Fernandomerinero.com
Born in Madrid, Spain. He began his film career in the eighties and taught himself with his own super 8 camera. After winning several awards in film festivals, including a first prize in the national festival of super 8 in Spain, he graduated in film and drama, taking courses in directing, editing and filmmaking, as well as a Masters in screenwriting at the University Autónoma of Madrid. He has worked as a screenwriter, director, actor, producer and editor. So far he has produced and directed numerous short films, including the multi award-winning and internationally recognised “Talk to me softly” (2005), as well as seven feature films.
He not only directed but also played the main character in “Los hijos del viento" (Children of the Wind) (1995), which competed for the Camera d’Or in the International Critics Week at Cannes Film Festival.
His second film "Agujetas en el alma” (Soul-ache) (1997), won an award at the Eninci of Burgos.
His first documentary film… read more