THE LIQUID WORLD
Víctor Brons, a professor of public secondary school, is depressed. His wife left him a year ago and now the holidays start, a period of two months in which time seems to stretch like both his hobbies and obsessions.
The failure and inability to find anything to hold on to (the family or friends do not console him) take him to remember the other summers that have decisively marked his life while he plans a revenge of unforeseeable consequences.
The lack of sense of the educational system, the uniformity of urban spaces and the non-existent relationship between merit and public awareness are part of the liquid world in which Víctor Brotons sinks, a fluid world in which it is difficult to find a balance.