Fabulous is the story of a daughter arriving to her parents‘ house in her hometown, trying to escape from the anxious ‘bug’ that stalks her. When she arrives, she is forced to face the biggest mirror in her life: her father. Daughter and father have a lot of pain inside them. They desperately and intimately seek for this feeling to disappear, at least for a little while. For that to take place, they rely on any type of anesthetic that helps them disconnect and embrace a temporary pleasure. However, neither of them want to see it, either in their own selves or in the other’s reflection. The best thing is for things to be FABULOUS, all the time.
Festivals and awards
26º Festival Ibérico de Cinema. Badajoz, Olivenza, San Vicente de Alcántara - Premio a la Mejor Dirección y Premio Reyes Abades al Mejor Cortometraje Extremeño (Extremadura) Spain
19º Certamen de Cortometrajes El Pecado. Llerena (Extremadura) Spain - Tercer Mejor Cortometraje Extremeño
48º Festival Internacional de Cine de Huesca (Aragón) Spain
32º Certamen Nacional de Cortometraje de L’alfàs del Pi. Alicante (C. Valenciana) Spain
26º Festival Ibérico de Cinema. Badajoz, Olivenza, San Vicente de Alcántara (Extremadura) Spain
19º Certamen de Cortometrajes El Pecado. Llerena (Extremadura) Spain
9º Festival Nacional de Cortometrajes de Ávila. AVILACINE (Castilla y León) Spain
Leticia Torres is an actress, screenwriter and director. Trained in Interpretation at Estudio Corazza and graduated in Arabic Philology and Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature from the UCM. As an actress, she has worked on television in series such as Hit (TVE), Vis A Vis, Las Chicas del Cable (Netflix), La Zona (Movistar+), and several theater productions.
Fenomenal is her third audiovisual work as a scriptwriter, director and actress after two other pieces: Las Reglas del Subjuntivo and Angustia Vital.
Her deep interest revolves around the psychology of characters, character, and relationships.
Angustia Vital (2017)
Las Reglas del Subjuntivo (2016)