Valencia, 2003. Betlem returns home to spend a few days with her family in the town that has seen her grow. But this town hides a sad character that, as much as she wants to avoid, always ends up returning to remind her that there are things that can never be forgotten. And they cannot be forgiven either.
Jordi Boquet Claramunt
(Cervera, 1994) He began his audiovisual studies at the EMAV, later jumping to ESCAC, where in 2014 started his university degree specializing in Film Direction. Ni oblit ni perdó, his first short film, is inspired by the posthumous story of Guillem Agulló.
Filmography: Ni oblit ni perdó (curt, 2019)