David has two passions in life: being a father and rap. Through a close and chronological follow-up, we become witnesses of David's day-to-day life as he tries to reconcile his fatherhood with an irremediable youthful desire to succeed in music.
AWARDS: Most Innovative First Film. Visions du Reel/ Best Film in the International Competition. BAFICI/ Best Film in the International Competition. FICQ/ Best Film in the New Waves Competition/ Special Mention of the Jury. Pravo Ljudski Film Festival Sarajevo/ Special Mention of the Jury. Transcinema International Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Nominated for Best Documentary at Fenix Iberoamerican Prix/ Nominated for Best Documentary at Feroz Spanish Press Awards/ Transilvania International Film Festival/ Mostra Internacional de Sao Paulo/ Viennale/ Sevilla European Film Festival/ FICCALI/ FIDOCS/ Antofadocs/ ZINEBI/ L´Alternativa24 Independent Film Festival/ Muestra de Cine de Lanzarote/ Festival Margenes/ Rizzoma Film Festival/ Cine Radical/ Entrevues Belfort International Film Festival/ Transcinema International Film Festival/ FICUNAM/ Festival D´Annaba Du Film Mediterraneen/ Festival du Cinema Espagnol de Nantes/ Cine Latino Film Festival Tubinguen/ Las Palmas International Film Festival/ Internacional Film Festival New Directors/ Amsterdam Spanish Film Festival/ EDOC/ L.A Ola Showcase Screenings in L.A., New York, Mexico DF/ Meetings of Young European Cinema/ Cine Radical
Niñato. When fatherhood and rap go hand in hand
David is an unemployed single father. He lives with his parents, his child, his sister and his own inner child, a family bubble with a dynamic that he has learned to keep afloat. Yet, as an occasional rapper, in his free time he dedicates himself to his great passion: hip hop.
Shown in a continuous line of time, director Adrián Orr positions the viwer as a witness in real time of how David is learning to teach and to motivate the children to keep working and have dreams even when his have not come true.