*Online Premiere* A man recounts the story of a local legend as he travels to the jungle to make peace with his life. “Del Arco Vacío,” by director Micah Van Hove, is a hybrid concoction, something like a joyous eulogy delivered via impromptu walking tour of a small town in Peru. The story of Alex Carlo Delgado is told in full detail - a man whose soccer stardom paved the way for great wealth and goodwill delivered to his hometown. Statues erected for him; bridges built in his name. Men feared him, woman loved him. Tapping into collective dreams and myths of what makes a meaningful life, Hove’s film is a poetic fantasy, at least until our host approaches the jungle, where darker, more complicated, reflections begin to surface. Guillermo Subauste stars and takes the film on his shoulders - he’s an infectious personality, impossible to watch without a grin on your face. Van Hove is a veteran on the low-budget scene, both as a director (“Menthol,” et al), and as the D.P. on dozens of music videos, including the recent stunner, “Movies,” by Weyes Blood. [Watch on YouTube]. (8 minutes). Directed by Micah Van Hove. Starring Guillermo Subauste. Special thanks Werner Herzog.