Documentary, 70′. 2007. Written & directed by Aram Garriga. Associate producers Benet Roman & Ignacio Julià. Produced by Visualsuspects, Zabriskie Films & Producciones Kaplan.
Best International Music Documentary at the New York IIFVF 2008. Nomination for Best International Director of a Documentary at the New York IIFVF 2008. In-Èdit Music Film Festival 2007, Milano FF 2007, Portobello Film Festival London 2007, Athens Video Art 2008, IndieLisboa 2008, Festival dei Popoli Florence 2007, Crossing Europe Linz 2009, Leeds IFF 2008, Mar del Plata IFF 2007, Belorizonte Brazil 2008, Territorios Sevilla 2008, Alcances 2008, Ancienne Belgique Brussels 2014.
During the second half of the 90s, the magazine The Wire forged a controversial concept: post-rock. The term defined the music made by bands that could not be placed in any previous industry and market-defined genres. Introspective explores the foundations of some of these bands, and their live words and shows; it proposes a picture of indie or underground music as an affective allegory of our global societies. The film shows bands such as Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Yo La Tengo, and names such as Jeff Twedy, Jason Pierce and Lee Ranaldo.