A French woman of African origin manages to escape after being arrested in the Dominican Republic. She takes refuge at Capotillo, the most dangerous neighborhood of Santo Domingo, where she is sheltered by a group of young people. As she becomes their protégé and mother figure, she will see her destiny change inexorably.
Presented at SXSW Film Festival.
ESPAÇO ITAÚ DE CINEMA - FREI CANECA 4
CIRCUITO SPCINE LIMA BARRETO - CCSP
RESERVA CULTURAL - SALA 3
Clarisse Albrecht, Ivan Herrera
Sebastian Cabrera Chelin
Pablo Chea, Israel Cardenas
Mediumship Music, LS, Boddhi Satva
Clarisse Albrecht, Scarlet Reyes, Euris Javiel, $hulo
Ivan Herrera, Franmiris Lombert, Clarisse Albrecht, Nicolas Lamadrid
Point Barre, Basecamp Studio, Aurora Dominicana
Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, in 1977. Director, producer and screenwriter, he worked as second assistant director at Miami Vice, by Michael Mann, and The Good Shepherd, by Robert de Niro, both of 2006 and shot in his country. Herrera was first assistant director to Sand Dollars (2014, 38th Mostra), by Laura Amelia Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas. He directed the documentary La Montaña (2013) and the fiction feature Pueto Pa’ Mi (2015).