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Expended Cinema

Hierba

Director Raul PERRONE
Info
  • Argentina│
  • 2015│
  • 65min│
  • DCP│
  • color│
  • Feature Film │
  • Fiction

Overview

The stage: paintings by Manet, Monet, Renoir, still, open-air landscapes put together through their similarities. 18 acts : brief episodes about desire and violence as the fuel of human endeavors.

Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
230 2016. 04. 30 14:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7 XX15
529 2016. 05. 03 17:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7 XX15

Review

A surreal experimentation that crosses over paintings and film images. Paintings of Manet, Monet and Renoir and their similarities are put together into landscapes. The Argentine artist, who works in one man production, selected the 18th century European paintings for his story and experiments. Characters are two men, two women, two hunters, and two ominous creatures. One of them is a creature with two eyes and human body. 18 frames from paintings become the foundation for 18 acts. Narrative shows brief episodes about desire and violence. With no words, the director creates an unprecedented viewing experience through the juxtaposition of visual textures, superimpositions, the power of face close-ups. A creative piece that expands the boundary of film. (JANG Byungwon)

Credit

Director Raul PERRONE
Screenplay Raul PERRONE, Fernando SDRIGOTTI
Producer Raul PERRONE, Pablo RATTO
Cinematography Raul PERRONE, Alejandro GONZALEZ
Editor Raul PERRONE
Music DJ Negro Dub, Che CUMBE
Cast Dulce Huilen AZUL, Guilermo QUINTEROS, Evelyn CAZAL, Nestor GIANOTTI

Director

Raul PERRONE

Born in 1952, Ituzaingo, Buenos Aires. He has worked in all formats, always absolutely independently. He is directs International Film Festival Ituzaingo. His selected filmography includes P3nd3jo5(2013), Favula(2014) and Ragazzi(2014).

Trailer

(Hierba) DIR. Raul PERRONE

The stage: paintings by Manet, Monet, Renoir, still, open-air landscapes put together through their similarities. 18 acts : brief episodes about desire and violence as the fuel of human endeavors.