From the harsh and elemental question which points to know the reasons why certain people tried to kill grandfather Pico, the documentary, directed by his grandson, explores the public life of architect Héctor Mario Corbacho, who was the controller Dean of The UBA’s Architecture and Urbanism University during the last civil and military dictatorship in Argentina (1976-83). Pierced by an affective contradiction that involves facing the dark past of a loved one, the discussion over how many images of a single person can live in oneself will be the central thread.
Mariano Corbacho: Studied Documentary film realization at the Film Art Institution (IDAC) in Avellaneda, completing his studies in 2012 with the production of the essay short film “La Campana”. That same year was pre-selected on the 5th Federal contest of full length movies “Raymundo Gleyzer” from INCAA. He also studied Photography on the school “Master Quinquela” between 2012 and 2014 where he currently teaches. In 2014 he shot with Martín de Dios the movie “Las Libres, la historia después de…”. In 2015 he started his university studies at the National Arts University (UNA) on the audiovisual department. For four years of work with Martín de Dios and Juan Pablo Diaz they produced the full length movie “70 y Pico”, his debut feature.