Stepping out to promote his latest film, Javier Bardem attended the photo call for his new documentary film “Hilos De Las Nubes, La Ultima Colonia” in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday (May 16).
The Spanish actor kept his outfit business casual in sneakers and jeans while dressing it up with a black blazer and white button up as he posed for awaiting photographers.
The film, which can be translated to be titled “Sons of the Clouds,” takes a look at how colonization of the Western Sahara has left nearly 200,000 people living in refugee camps.
In an earlier interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 43-year-old actor explained that this film was very personal to him and it is a way to help the Sarhawis adding, “we want to help and we made the documentary because that's the way we can. You cannot change the world. But we can bring that story to some other people who may not be aware of it. In the end, those stories that are not told are stories that don't exist in people's minds.”