"Jean-Jacques Rousseau said that there is a book always open to all eyes: nature. The project of Jesús makes justice to this phrase. The images show a forgotten place, a clearing in the middle of a forest where the environment resembles what it should be, an habitat in which two beings live in perfect harmony, sharing, unconsciously, a mutual debt and the beauty of a natural justice. This is nothing more than the beginning of a story in which the characters revolve around the two protagonists, a man who, despite many difficulties, has the necessary strength to continue his illusion and the beasts, a noble and beautiful animal. In some way these two elements are part of the same idea, conditioned by an increasingly unknown land and habits, and through which they maintain a tradition alive."
Manuel García Vicente.