Filmmaker Borja Zausen directed Palou, a short documentary about Antonio Pou Miralles, a taujà that decided to become a shepherd when he was five. Today, with eighty-five, Palou is a wise man, committed to their family and their environment. He is what the director considers a contemporary winner.
Borja Zausen met the protagonist of his documentary in Santa Eugenia, working on another project. He was drawn by the personality and history of this vocational shepherd.
Palou is the radiography of the simple life of a man through his family, his present and his future; of his role as a craftsman, as a shepherd and as musician. According to the director, Palou “has a natural intelligence, the result of one’s own life experience, a man carrying the sheep in his veins.”