Ernesto lives with his seven dogs in an apartment building in the city of Córdoba, Argentina. His lonely daily routine revolves around his pets’ needs, his health problems and his money problems. His neighbors arrange a mediation hearing and urge him to take his pets out of the apartment. Ernesto does not want to live without his dogs, and he cannot afford to move elsewhere.
Thanks to the empathy of people who are also lonely, but every day share common spaces that connect them, Ernesto finds a way to solve the conflict.
Rodrigo Guerrero was born in Cordoba, Argentina, in 1982. He has a degree in Film and Television as a graduate from the National University of Cordoba. He also has a Masters Degree in Creating Audiovisual Screenplays from the International University in La Rioja, Spain.
His first feature film “El invierno de los raros” (2011) had its world premiere at the 40th Rotterdam International Film Festival. His second feature film as director is titled, “El tercero”, which premiered at 16th edition of the BAFICI (April 2014). His third feature film project, “Venezia” had its world premiere at the 73rd edition of Edinburgh International Film Festival in June, 2019.
He is currently working on the post-production of his fourth feature film, "Siete perros". He is also developing his fifth film, “Perimetral”. Both projects were awarded in the INCAA's 2017 and 2018 contests for National Feature Films.