Director Luis Téllez is currently in the middle of production on his new movie Inzomnia, which is set to make history as the first stop-motion animated movie to be filmed completely in Mexico. Set in a dystopian world, the movie tells the story of a city whose rulers have created the Inzomnia pill, which is forcefully given to each citizen and, as a result, negates their need for sleep. Over time, the citizens begin to lose their memory, effectively becoming hollow versions of themselves. However, a 10-year-old girl named Camila becomes the city’s unlikely savior. Separated from her family, Camila escapes Inzomnia and, as such, is able to sleep — and dream. It is, in fact, in her sleep that Camila enters the magical Dream World, where she meets nine-year-old Cesar. Together, they embark on a fantastical adventure in search of ways to overthrow the rulers, save her family, and bring peace to the sleepless city.