Vasil is smart, charismatic and a fantastic bridge and chess player, but has been sleeping rough since he arrived from Bulgaria. Alfredo, a retired architect, takes him in his house for a while before the astonished look of his daughter Luisa. The two men have nothing in common except their passion for chess. Despite their differences, little by little Vasil will manage to pull down the barriers built by Alfredo.
The truth is that Vasil has a gift: he can transform forever the people he mingles with.
With a degree in Architecture, she can boast a long career in cinema, where she has worked as a script supervisor in more than 30 feature films with directors such as Fernando Trueba, Lucile Hadżihalilović, Javier Rebollo and Cesc Gay. She has written and directed numerous short films that have been widely recognized at national and international festivals, such as ‘3/105’ (2014, co-directed with Diego Opazo), which was selected for the Orizzonti section of the Venice Film Festival. ‘Vasil’ is her first fiction feature film.