See all results Search results

    Here's how to get started on Reelhouse

    Participate by liking projects and videos. Find new content through Discover & Follow Feed pages.

    • Click 'Like' on a project to follow it and stay up to date with the latest news.
    • Click 'Follow' on a user's profile page to get updates on his or her activity.


    • Click the Reelhouse logo located on the top menu bar to access the Discover and Follow Feed pages.


    A young photographer is torn between the deep loyalty he holds for his former lover, and the desire he feels for an enchanting singer.

    We're sorry, but this video is not available in your region.


    Trailer Caballos

    Uploaded Feb 21, 2016

    • Stream up to 1080p. The film will be available to you for the next 48 hours.
    • Video(s), min of content, store item(s)
    • Stream and download in HD.
      Format MP4
    • Want more content from this film?

    • This content is for your own personal, non-commercial use only. Read more.

    Invalid promo code

    Use a different credit card
    Invalid promo code
    A Paypal popup will allow you to complete your purchase.

    Invalid gift code
    A VR headset is required for this purchase

    Purchase successful!

    Sorry, this film can not be watched from your country.

    Our wish at Reelhouse is for its content to be available world wide. Certain criteria must be met before this can be made a reality, and we are working hard to make this happen. We want this as badly as you do. Stay tuned!


    Directed by Fabian Suarez 2015 95 min

    Trailer Caballos

    Uploaded Feb 21, 2016

    4 Images

    Film Poster


    Caballos is the story of a young photographer named Robi who finds himself caught between the deep sense of loyalty he has for an older male lover and the desire he feels for an enchanting female singer he meets at a bar, only days before she leaves to Paris.

    The film is in part inspired by the American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe – who shot the iconic cover photo for Patti Smith’s 1975 album titled “Horses”. Whilst drawing fictionally on those characters, Suarez made his own statement with unique characters, composing a poetic and metaphoric reflection on the nature of horses.

    Shot in black-and-white, it is visually inspired by Mapplethorpe’s photos as well as Suárez’s primary cinematic influence, Memorias de subdesarrollo.

    Spanish version with English subtitles

    0 Comments. Add your thoughts.