Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Two sisters obsessed with revealing the mysteries that surround their father. Rumors. Things said. Stories people tell, and others that echo in a small city where everyone knows each other. Encounters and disagreements.Cristián Jimenez ( Optical Illusions, Bonsái) knits a family’s tragicomic dynamics that speaks of a lack of communication and challenged truths. And it sets the confused Sofía (Ingrid Insensee) into chaos. She is recently separated, and must deal with her parents’ marital crisis while being invaded by stories that lead her to search for an organizing truth, a unique and omniscient voice over. The Chilean filmmaker –one of the most renowned of his generation– once again reflects on the different ways to tell a story, and he does so from Valdivia, the real protagonist of his films. In tune with what seems like a unique brand within the neighbor country’s cinema, he also puts everyday life through a process of estrangement filled with nostalgia, absurdity, and little epiphanies. ANR

Section: Panorama
Thursday 23 - 15:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 7
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Saturday 25 - 15:45 h
Village Recoleta Room: 7
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English title: Voice Over
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 98
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Cristián Jiménez  

G: Cristián Jiménez, Daniel Castro  

F: Inti Briones  

E: Soledad Salfate  

S: Jean-Guy Véran, Cristián Freund, Manuel Robles  

M: Adam Waito, Caroline Chaspoul, Eduardo Henríquez  

P: Bruno Bettati, Augusto Matte, Nadia Turincev, Julie Gayet, Nicolas Comeau, Cristián Jiménez  

CP: Jirafa, Rouge International, Les Films 1976  


Cast:

Ingrid Isensee, María Siebald, Paulina García, Niels Schneider, Cristián Campos


Contact:

Jirafa T +56 63 221 3556  E contacto@jirafa.cl  W jirafa.cl  TW @jirafacine


Cristián Jiménez Chile

He was born in Valdivia, Chile, in 1975. Before becoming a filmmaker he wrote short stories and studied sociology in Santiago, Heidelberg and London. He directed the short films The Treasure of the Snails (2004) and XX (2006), as well as the feature-length films Optical Illusions (2009) and Bonsai (Bafici ’12).



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