As a child, writer José Manuel Caballero Bonald crossed River Guadalquivir to enter Doñana Park and discovered a paradisiacal land that got into his soul and he called Argonida: "an ignored and archaic world" that he could never leave either in life or in literature. In that mythical territory, a source of inspiration for his work, the poet spends most of his time today. From those landscapes of horizons without limits, he invites us in Letters from Argonida to a sensory journey through his memory, his thinking and his works.

Producer: Antonio Hens y César Martínez
Director: Juan Luis De No
Writer: Juan Luis De No
Score: Chano Domínguez
Editor: Juan Luis De No
DOP: César Hernando
Sound designer: Federico Pajaro

José Manuel Caballero Bonald