Former child actor Manolo Cruz scripted and stars in this 2016 Colombian drama, playing an impoverished young man whose body is painfully twisted by an incurable neuromuscular disorder. Dependent on a machine that uses electrical impulses to treat his contractions, he lies bedridden in his shack on a Caribbean inlet, barely able to glimpse the sea outside. The character's scenes with his mother (Vicky Hernandez) and the next-door-neighbor he adores (Viviana Serna) are engrossing in their unfussy realism, as Cruz (who dropped 44 pounds for the role) uses the tiniest of movements to suggest the red-blooded man trapped inside the infirm body. Carlos del Castillo directed. In Spanish with subtitles.