Miró is very well known as the luminous artist, the one that is in constant search of the inner child, the surrealist who took part of the abstract movement with its explosion of color. However, the truth is that there is a Miró of tortured figures. Tortured as the times he had to live. It is a Miró obsessed with reinventing himself over and over and not being absorbed by the institutionalization of his art. It also exists a Miró who burned his paintings and destroyed his work of art to not lose his capacity to provoke, a Miró that autodefined himself as “the murderer of painting”.
With this intimate portrait, and with the help of his grandson Joan Punyet Miró, who inherited his legacy, the documentary puts a new perspective on the work of the genius.
This premiere will feature the film director Albert Solé.