Special Agent DT Gagano dreams of leaving the CIA to open a business with his wife Malin. The night he’s about to present his resignation letter a strange cyber virus attacks the agency’s operating system effectively sidetracking his plans. Traveling into virtual reality dimensions, Gagano and his partner will infiltrate the system to eradicate the virus. Things however, will not go as planned when the virus takes over the system and starts creating games to compete against itself, leaving the entire world’s stability in jeopardy. Are Gagano and the CIA peons in these sinister games? While the virus capabilities start reaching out into the real world, developing obscure and complex political plots, Gagano, trapped in the virtual reality, must find a way to guarantee his escape and his survival only to discover that nothing is what it seems.
Miguel Llansó, a big fan of experimental-punk- weird music and films, studied philosophy and cinema before leaving on his many adventures. He has mainly filmed in Ethiopia, where he lives half the year. Inspired by Werner Herzog, he created and distributed the film Where is my dog? (2010, with Yohannes Feleke), screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and other international festivals. He also directed, produced and wrote Chigger Ale (2013) – a short film about Hitler´s Ethiopian clone which premiered at Locarno Film Festival in 2013 and has been screened at BAFICI, Tampere, Hamburg and more than 25 international film festivals.
Crumbs (2015) is Miguel´s feature film debut, premiering at Rotterdam International Film festival 2015
Filmography: Crumbs (2015), Where is my dog? (2010, curt), Chigger Ale (curt, codirector)