Buenos Aires is on fire. State of siege. Blue lights and the sound of sirens melting into the landscape, but still, in the midst of a war, love is the driving force. Isi approaches Panash through the rhymes and verses that Ciro gives him, but writes for her. In a way, Panash loves two men. Panash loses her freedom out of love and revenge.
The rapper Ciro resembles Cirano who hid behind the love letters he ghostwrote. Ciro secretly loves Panash, a talented rapper that stands out in rap battles, and sends her voice messages under a different man’s name. The letters recorded with a voice changer are full of rhymes that confess his love. On the other hand, their hometown Buenos Aires is turbulent due to governmental violence. The rappers resist, but fate waits for no one. A hip-hop musical from Argentina, Panash boasts powerful music, cinematography, and editing. The film energetically narrates the unfortune, tainting the film with a classical atmosphere. (Nam Sunwoo)
In 2003, Christoph Behl debuted with his short film Public/Private at Berlinale, where he received a Special Mention. In the following years, he did several documentary features for theatre and television. All of his works were awarded. He obtained several awards, and his works premiered in several commercial theatres in many countries and were sold to AMC, Sundance Channel, and HBO Europe.