Barcelona, October 1998. In his trial, Pedro Varela Geiss, in a moving speech, claims his innocence, insisting that he is a mere bookseller and historian concerned with finding out the truth about the alleged atrocities committed during the Second World War.
April, 1988. A crowd, saluting in the nazi-fascist way, shouts the name of Adolf Hitler. Pedro Varela, the alleged bookseller and historian, stands center stage, encouraging the audience: gas chambers never existed; black people invade and contaminate our Europe; Hitler was a true democrat and Auschwitz... a great city.
Tales of a Bookseller - with humour and irony - exposes the twisted rational of and ideology based on ignorance and cynicism and also reminds us that it is still ever-present.