|217||2016. 04. 30||10:30||Jeonju Cinema Town 7||HEK15|
|425||2016. 05. 02||14:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9||HEK15GV|
|632||2016. 05. 04||17:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7||HEK15GV|
Minotauro portrays the mysterious journey into the daily lives of three young men. The movie is set in an apartment in Mexico City and nothing much happens. The guys sleep, dream, read, and sometimes welcome visitors to their abode. An ambiguous narrative makes it hard to be totally immersed. The camera barely or never moves for hours on end and the framing is extremely exquisite. The only change that occurs on screen is characters moving or fading out in order to go to another room. Various scenes with fixed long takes are the extreme of minimalism. Pereda firmly imprints his style as he maintains completion in form. Gabino Rodriquez, Luisa Pardo and Francisco Barreiro appear in this dream-like fantasy. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||Maximiliano CRUZ, Nicolas PEREDA|
|Sound||Jose Miguel ENRIQUEZ|
|Cast||Gabino RODRIGUEZ, Luisa PARDO, Francisco BARREIRO, Elizabeth TINOCO|
Born in 1982, Mexico City. Received a Master of Arts degree in film directing from York University in Toronto. His Films has been screened in diverse film festivals, including Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Venice International Film Festival.
Minotaur takes place in a home of books, readers and artists. It’s also a home of soft light, eternal afternoons, sleepiness and dreams. Mexico is on fire, but the characters of Minotaur sleep soundly.