rated for 0 + years
Eze is learning to write. Each letter has to be one pace wide and one arm high. You have to be able to read the words from the motorway. Like Franky und Narigón, Eze is a graffiti artist. To earn money, he's paid to paint the names of politicians on walls and bridges in Buenos Aires. In huge letters -- elections are approaching. It's illegal, but whole brigades of graffitists spend the night covering every available square foot of wallspace in the city. The rivalry is great and the best talent is headhunted by all sides. The evening before the votes are counted, Eze is working for several rival candidates simultaneously and comes up against the limits of this propaganda battle. With a rawness otherwise only known from documentaries, Embodied Letters dives deep into a world of territorial wars, loyalty and betrayal.