"Others use this pages for prudent statements of love or antipathy towards this affectionate personality of our cinema. Yet, this writer of boring and shabby prose, who dips his disheveled and flabby pen into the inkwell of an imagined illusion, just wants to stress in this preface that Emiliano Piedra doesn't enter this film industry easily - an industry hosting some examples of the human fauna that are hard to categorize, the common denominator of them being a lineup of merchants with absolute short-sightedness. Mere instruments of a factory that sells 'culture' (?) 24 times per second in those dark cinema halls, in the kingdom of shadows that are disrupted by the light of a projector that illuminates a silver screen."
Excerpt of the introduction by Matías Antolín.