It’s hard to say what the great quality of a short film like ‘Ingrid‘ is. And this is precisely because its force is not necessarily perceptible on a visible level; it hides in nuances, in fine emotional details, behind the characters’ interaction. Director Raimon Valls Domènech proves both a great talent by exploiting seemingly well-known areas (a failed love story), and also a great courage by choosing a rather… non-narrative script. In other words, the story tackled by this project seems extremely brief, even superficial, but beyond the “she cheated on him” cliché, we find those unspoken silences and words, those moments of naïve despair, those remains of gestures condensing in just a few moments an entire personal history. Such an approach would have been impossible in the absence of some talented actors, this is more than obvious, but also the way in which the director composes that desolate atmosphere of a soul unable to express itself in everyday reality is enough to certify a special sensitivity.