Santi and Jota are two guys living in the outskirts of Madrid. Like many others, they have decided not to study or work and they spend their precious time drinking beer cans in the park and talking about the hottest girls in the neighborhood. But Jota seems a little bit worried about something.
Carlos Ruano was born in Alicante. His love of films made him move to Madrid to study a Screenplay Writing Postgradute Degree. After graduating, he started working as a screenwriter on some of the most notorious Spanish Tv Shows such as Física o Química, Vive Cantando or Cuéntame un Cuento. In 2006 he made the leap into film direction and film production with Dulces, a short movie which represents his first attempt to deal with the LGTBI issue, a recurring theme in later works. With the help of Zampano Producciones, he directed Turno de Noche, a short film that has been selected in more than thirty international film festivals. Piscina is his third short film as director, producer and screenwriter.