Sweet finca tells the story of two young men that visit the lands a good common friend had recently inherited. The land, which was once the property of their friend’s grandfather, was a dry, tough state, surrounded by mountains.


As it was the custom, the two young men, despite their friendship with the now landowner and master of those lands, would have to toil the land as a sign of gratitude to their host.


However, whilst the youths sweated under the unforgiving sun, the intentions of their friend - who had completely embraced his persona as owner of the farm - became more and more obvious. He knew those lands and how to work them, and he approached his friends in a sweet demeanor, putting his hands on their arms and torsos, teaching them the best ways to coerce the dry earth to give fruits.


What his grandfather wouldn’t have ever imagined was the development of the events that happened next after passing over his lands to his grandson.


The new owner’s slyness made him take advantage of the situation little by little, teaching the labour and using it to his favour,... Between wheelbarrows, rakes, shovels and pruning shears, the two naïve youngsters would end up falling into the charms of their friend. As the only thing he wanted was to play, though not so innocently.


Cautiously, making good use of the isolation and hormones that increased by the dry atmosphere and the fiery sun, the three boys could not restrain themselves from rubbing each other without knowing what that would lead them to.


The tension grew. Their bodies had disappeared amongst the olive trees. One of the men, desperate, decided to give in to his own urge. He needed his master possessively and he needed him now. He would be his and nobody else’s.

 

SWEET FINCA

Editorial

Directed by AKAWALO ESTUDIO Produced by AKAWALO ESTUDIO Photography by AKAWALO ESTUDIO • AITANA LOZANO Edited by AKAWALO ESTUDIO Styling by ESTEFANÍA PÉREZ Models DANEL CRUZ • GABRIEL VEGA • JOSE ÁNGEL Art Direction by VIVIEN DÉNIZ Assisted by NEYMARA

 

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