The film The infinite trench, directed by Jon Garaño, Aitor Arregi and Jose Mari Goneaga, was the film that won the Best Picture Award at the 25th edition of the Forqué Awards, which were presented on Saturday in Madrid. The film, a Basque and Andalusian production starring Antonio de la Torre and Belén Cuesta, tells through a fictional story the experiences of the so-called "moles": people who have been hiding in their homes for several years. the Civil War, for fear of being captured.
On the other hand, the prize for the best male performance was for Antonio Banderas, for Pain and glory, who could not be at the gala and picked up in his place Agustín Almodóvar. For her part, Marta Nieto picked up the award for best female role in the film Mother, by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, who continues the eponymous short film that was nominated for an Oscar in 2019.After collecting the award, Nieto emphasized the film's “ special sensitivity '', “ without a commercial vocation '' with “ very brave '' producers.