Javier is an apparently normal man, who is going through a difficult time in his life, a divorce, work problems and a burdensome routine. This monotony is broken when Javier starts to find out about a series of crimes that in some strange way seem to be related to him, since he met the victims through different conflicts he recently experienced.
Javier begins to have some episodes where he goes into a kind of trance, losing track of time, without being able to remember what he has done at that moment. The appearance of the prosecutor investigating the cases begins to make him uncomfortable and he tries to look for answers, which leads him to seek help from a doctor. The neurologist slowly investigates to find an explanation, and the clues lead to the existence of inexplicable antecedents in Javier's life that he himself seems to ignore.
Nestor Napolitano is an independent audiovisual filmmaker who debuted with his debut feature in 2016, with which he won the Argentores New Talent Award 2017 and Best Screenplay at the Saladillo Film Festival 2017. After forming the production company Finisterra, he made several TV show pilots such as "Wellness Latinoamérica", the short film "Yo la quería" and his second feature film "Lapsus mortal".
Since 2010 he has worked in the audiovisual industry in different areas, from acting to directing and production assistance, highlighting his role as scriptwriter in productions such as "Santos en la Tierra sin Mal", "Fly & Drive" and "Wellness Latinoamérica".
He studied with renowned professors in the film industry such as Marcos Negri, Alberto Rojas Apel, Walter Burgardt, José Campusano, Fabián Forte and Sabrina Farji.
His acting work began in the early 90's in independent theater, then moving on to television and later independent film, where he won the award for best leading actor in 2017 for the independent feature film "Diallelos".
His extensive acting career redounded to him a great experience in the area of casting and directing actors.