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la Biennale di Venezia
Main Visual Sezione Cinema EN (new)


68th Venice International Film Festival

Director: Marco Müller

31st August > 10th September 2011


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During one hot summer day, little things happen to the visitors and workers of an old spa resort in southern Chile. Julieta, Francisco, Isa, Rodrigo, Ignacio, Mariana, Muriel, Gabriela, Eliseo, Norma, Alejandra and Claudio experience the long vacation hours in nature, sleeping in the sun, learning how to drive, cleaning the house, kissing for the first time, swimming at night or just walking and talking, while the day slowly unravels into small fragments of happiness and discovery.
Video: Press conference
8 September 16:45 - Sala Perla 9 September 13:00 - Sala Volpi ORIZZONTI Verano by José Luis Torres Leiva - Chile, 93'
language: Spanish - s/t English, Italian
Julieta Figueroa, Francisco Ossa, Rosario Blefari, Ignacio Aguero
Director’s Statement
This is a narrative made up of multiple stories, but it is not a choral film. There is a centre and many branches that break off from the centre. Their principal axes are precisely these small moments, the invisible instants of everyday life that all of the characters who cross through the film experience. It is a story that walks a thin line between beauty and desperation. To wander in the forest, the joy of losing oneself, to not belong to any place. It is a story that lives in the interior of the characters but also on the exterior of what surrounds them. For them, the world is open, both the forest and the sky that shelters them. It is a story about solitude, but also about love; it is about the essence of feelings and the discovery of what we would like to be or to accomplish in our lives.