A peculiar romance takes place in the autumn months in the mediterranean forests. The pastures turn into meeting points. The cork tree forests, cleared and ashamed by their nudity, next to huge ilex forests, are unspoken witnesses to a singular event. The deer's romances begin. The red deer starts his season by emitting a disturbing sound that slips through the whole forest. Next to the deers' bellowing, there is great amount of competition and seduction. The adult males emerge from the thickets, vehemently bellowing, showing off their antlers and displaying their passion. The females glance with lovers' discretion, endearing themselves to the males, who complete their effort by approaching and smelling them.
“I'm the Best” tells us the story of one of those stags in an Iberian forest. A time to love, defend and fight begins for the deer. For almost a month, to perpetuate themselves will be their only reason to live, their only goal, their only option.