Hamartia (2021)​​​​​​​
short film
In a universe where the boundaries between the tangible and the abstract blur, emerges a human body devoid of skin and organs, composed solely of muscles. This being, born as an adult and lacking conventional life, is scrutinized by the camera as it traverses the empty spaces within, capturing its essence from impossible angles. 
This project ventures beyond conventional storytelling to pose fundamental questions about the essence of life, corporeality, and transcendence. Through a purely visual and auditory language, the body is explored as a vessel and a battleground for divine and diabolical forces, questioning the autonomy of being and its capacity to harbor life and spirit. The work invites the viewer to reflect on the meaning of existence, the life cycle, and the tragic fate of those who challenge the limits of their mortal nature, presenting a journey through various stages in the quest for life and autonomy. Ultimately, this work is not only a study of the human body and its potential for life, but also a meditation on the objectification of being and its eternal longing to reach the divine.

Music by Federico Bramanti
Graphic design by Aixa Aztarbe