A magic adventure for children and adults. Because magic and enchantment do not have age. Rafael is a seven year old child madly in love with Martha Cecilia. He wants to see her up close without being noticed by her an...展开d takes off into the adventure of becoming invisible. Holding a scapular of the Virgin of Carmen, he followed the instructions of a brochure of magic to put his temerity to the test. After a few trials on the streets of the small town, he discovers that he indeed is invisible to people, but specially to Martha Cecilia. That's how the beautiful story begins in a small town in the '50s.
Lisandro Duque Naranjo is a prestigious Colombian director and screenwriter whose work can be seen in the following feature films: El escarabajo (The Scarab) (1984), Visa USA (1986), Milagro en Roma (Miracle in Rome, cowritten with Gabriel García Márquez) (1989), and Los ninos invisibles (The Invisible Children) (2001). He is currently a lecturer in the master's program in creative writing at the National University and is a columnist for the El Espectador newspaper, a weekly published on Sunday, for which he obtained the Simón Bolívar award for the best opinion columnist in 2001.