El Principio de Arquimedes

1 hr 2 min | Foreign Language

An innocent gesture? In a pool locker room, four adults argue about the meaning and consequences of a kiss between a coach and a child who is afraid to get in the water. Our fears and prejudices rise to the surface as we are forced to take sides about what occurred and what kind of society we want to live in.

Innocent gesture? Something must have happened in our society so that in less than two decades, a seemingly harmless gesture can awaken all alerts and become suspicious. In the aseptic and chlorinated locker rooms a pool space, the action of Archimedes' principle, where four adults argue about the meaning and consequences of the kiss of a coach to a child who is afraid to get in the water takes place without float. This gesture will stay afloat fears, prejudices and intimate and collective ghosts. The viewer will also have to take sides about what happened and what the educational and social model we want.