Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Little Emily Prime receives a visit from the future: it’s a third-generation clone of herself coming from the world as it will be 227 years from now, a world on the verge of destruction where the conscience of the deceased are digitally preserved, time travel is possible (although risky) and captures of anonymous memories are exhibited at art galleries. World of Tomorrow is perhaps the most ambitious and funambulist work in Don Hertzfeldt’s filmography, an arresting, emotional leap towards science-fiction that, in some way, had already been anticipated in the couch gag the director made last year for The Simpsons. With a dazzling, disjointed futuristic imagery, World of Tomorrow, doesn’t hide, deep down, the existential unease that is common to all of Hertzfeldt’s works and the endless, terrible question no one dares to answer: is this all there is? FG

Section: Competencia Vanguardia y Género
Friday 17 - 17:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 3
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Saturday 18 - 14:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 3
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Sunday 19 - 17:25 h
Village Recoleta Room: 3
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Spanish title: Mundo del mañana
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 17
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, G, F, E, DA, S, P: Don Hertzfeldt


Cast:

Julia Pott, Winona Mae


Contact:

Don Hertzfeldt
E bitterfilms@hotmail.com
W bitterfilms.com


Don Hertzfeldt Estados Unidos



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