Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

A(nother) film shot in one continuous take. But this one really seems to be only one shot, or at least that’s what we’re told and, above all, what we perceive while watching Victoria. Are digital cameras the reason more directors try to make more films like this one? It’s possible, and it’s already happening. But Victoria is important even if we put it in a context of critical distrust and cynicism, because its only shot takes us giddily –and also with intelligent pauses– through a drunken night of tremendous tension, because we go from seduction intents and street nonsense to escapes, crimes, falls and euphoria. Because, through the course of two hours and twenty minutes, we attend the end of a night in Berlin, a city that, as a film setting, offers enormous possibilities (Tom Tykwer has always known that.) Because the path of this Spanish girl plus four not-so-bright young locals is ever-changing, surprising, extenuating and fascinating. And because the path of director Sebastian Schipper and cameraman and cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grovlen is one prowess everyone will remember. The choice of Laia Costa for the title role is one of those exact, key decisions that mark a career and define a film. JPF

Section: Competencia Vanguardia y Género
Monday 20 - 22 h
Village Recoleta Room: 2
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Tuesday 21 - 21:15 h
Village Recoleta Room: 2
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Thursday 23 - 22:15 h
Village Caballito Room: 7
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Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 140
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Sebastian Schipper  

G: Sebastian Schipper, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Eike Schulz  

F: Sturla Brandth Grovlen  

DA: Uli Friedrichs  

S: Magnus Pflüger  

M: Nils Frahm  

P: Jan Dressler, Sebastian Schipper, Anatol Nitschke, Catherine Baikousis  

CP: MonkeyBoy Production

 


Cast:

Laia Costa, Frederik Lau, Franz Rogowski


Contact:

The Match Factory. Sergi Steegmann
T +49 30 4431 9050 E sergi.steegmann@matchfactory.de
W the-match-factory.com TW @thematchfactory


Sebastian Schipper Alemania

He was born in Hannover, Germany, in 1968. He began his acting training at the Otto Flackenberg School in Munich. He worked as an interpreter in such films as Run, Lola, Run (1997) and I Am Here (2013). He wrote and directed Absolute Giganten (1999), A Friend of Mine (2004) and Mitte Ende August (2009).



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