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The protagonist is a cow. To see the world from the eyes of an animal isn’t a new idea. But the director skillfully connects the world through a series of montage. The cow used to think she is happy. On Christmas Eve, the cow begins a journey to find her self. She visits hair salon, plays volleyball, and smokes a cigarette. The cow is a political animal. Political animal forms a community and belongs to it. It is a bit funny that the political animal is not human but a cow. That is the point that the film tries to nail down. By placing a cow to the position of human, the film displays a number of ironies and satires, which makes it a metaphor for the world. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Cinematography||Marcelo LORDELLO, Gustavo JAHN|
|Art Director||Iomana ROCHA, Gustavo JAHN|
|Sound||Pablo LAMAR, Guga S. ROCHA|
|Cast||Rodrigo BOLZAN, Elisa HEIDRICH|
Co-founder of Trincheira, pruduction company based in Brazil. Muro(2008) won the best short film in Curtas Vila do Conde 2008 and Sem Coracao(2014) was awarded as best short film in the Directors’ Fortnight, Cannes 2014 and officially selected in Clermont International Film Festival. Political Animal is his first feature film and officially selected in the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2016.
A cow tries to convince itself she is happy. One Christmas Eve, the cow experiences a deep feeling of emptiness. The crisis makes her want to start a journey of enlightenment, a search for her true self.