César González was born into a very humble family in Villa Carlos Gardel, a poor neighborhood in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. In his adolescence he experienced crime and different addictions that led him to spend 5 years in prison (2005-2010). There he began to write poetry, finished high school and wrote some screenplays. Upon his release he began a prolific work in different arts, highlighting the cinema and poetry. LLuvia de Jaulas (feature film, 2020), Diciembre (documentary, 2021) and El fetichismo de la marginalidad (Editorial Sudestada, 2021) are his latest works.