According to the director, the reality we live in is only one of many possible choices. In this short experimental plot, Williams asks about the possibility of being in another world, creating a space and moment in time when our brain can accept doubt. The heroes of El Ruido de las Estrellas are a group of friends living together, who, despite leading a normal life, are never sure who they are and where they are. The director creates in his film an odd, thick and phantasmatic universe in which impetuosity goes hand in hand with peace and void, while the verb “to be” reveals its ambiguity.
The film El ruido de las estrellas was chosen by Luis Garay.
EDUARDO WILLIAMS (born 1987) studied film direction at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. His first film was Arrepentise (2006) and his next, Puede ver un puma (2011), was presented as part of Cinéfondation at the Cannes Festival. In spite of his young age, Williams is the laureate of many awards, including the Bafici special award, special jury award at the Curitiba International Film Festival in the international short film section, and an award for the best short film during the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival.