Presented at the Guadalajara Film Festival, it tells the story of Nicolás, a 10-year-old boy with Down syndrome. Every year, to celebrate his birthday, his mom made him a costume. He was a lizard, a brave pirate, a giant dragon … everything that could fuel his infinite imagination. Unfortunately, his mother is gone and now he lives with his grandparents Mia and Tomás and his cousin David, who suffers from nightmares. Nicolás has only one memory of his mother: an old trunk with all his magical costumes. Nicolas and his costumes will embark on an adventure to save his cousin David and a kingdom in turmoil.
Among the recognitions of the director of this production are the best short film award at the Morelia Film Festival for Las tardes de Tintitco and the Ariel that AMACC awarded to The Incredible Story of the Stone Child for Best Animated Feature Film.