Salvador Calvo, director of the film, knew very well what he wanted to find. An exotic location that would give off that paradisiacal island aura that would remind of the Philippine idyll, with its calm waters, the mountains and landscapes formed by volcanic action.
The main plot, in which the film is based, takes place in Santa Lucia de Tirajana, municipality of Tenerife where the recreation took place of the church where the Spanish soldiers remained settled.
Other enclaves of the film were “El Correíllo de La Palma”, a steamboat of the early 20th century that is preserved in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
The beaches of Guinea have also served as a shooting location, a set in the middle of nature that undoubtedly transports and engages us in a landscape that has nothing to envy to the Philippines.
The island of Bioko, where Malabo, capital of Guinea is located, has been main protagonist. During 9 days of shooting, the team had the opportunity to delve into the beaches and jungles of this great natural spot.
Thanks to the use of drones, it has been possible to reflect more than ever and with more perspective, the intrinsic beauty of Equatorial Guinea.