Two old persons find themselves lost in an unlikely place. Here they are subjected to the rules. Music and sound effects transform each of their gestures in a cha cha cha, a tango, a waltz with clownish paces. Buoyed by those rhythms, getting more and more vigorous, they will find time to dance, to go back to their fled youth. A last romantic encounter they leave us as a legacy.
"...we can not take back what we have already danced."
Los Yayos is full of freedom and jubilation. It explores wordlessly the complexity of human relationships and the complicity between two people that can last a lifetime. Taking the desire to cross ages and genres as a starting point, Los Yayos develops the moments of everyday life of two elderly people on a clown and dance mode.