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International Competition

The Heiresses The Heiresses

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Competition | International Competition | Marcelo MARTINESSI | Paraguay, Germany, Brazil, Uruguay, Norway, France | 2017 | 95min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Marcelo MARTINESSI Screenplay Marcelo MARTINESSI Producer Sebastian PENA ESCOBAR, Christoph FRIEDEL, Fernando EPSTEIN, Agustina CHIARIO, Julia MURAT, Hilde BERG, Marina PERALES, Xavier ROCHER Cinematography Marcelo MARTINESSI Art Director N/A Editor Fernando EPSTEIN Music N/A Cast Ana BRUN, Margarita IRUN, Ana IVANOVA Sound Rafaez ALVAREZ

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
261 2018. 05. 05 20:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15GV
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419 2018. 05. 07 13:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15GV
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851 2018. 05. 11 20:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15
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  • Review

    Chela and Chiquita have lived together for over 30 years. However, Chiquita who is involved in the fraud ends up in prison, Chela faces her reality. Chiquita was the one worked actively and Chela mostly has stayed in. But the reality Chiquita is confronted makes Chela come forward. She goes through the reality liquidating the properties and preparing the legal action. The film gazes at the reality Chela has experienced quietly like naturalism and shows the last phase of her life through her acting and character. Chela participates in the new social gathering. Through that, she ruminates on her past 30 years. This film was introduced in Berlinale this year. It is a very important film of this era that casts the subtle reality living in the South America as a female engraving the impression of late love and new relationship. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Marcelo MARTINESSI

Born in 1973 in Asuncion, Paraguay. Studied communication at the Catholic University of Asuncion and cinema at the London Film School. He was utive director of the first public TV in his country from the beginning of the project in 2010 until the coup d’etat of June 2012. His short films that revolve around literature and memory have been shown at the Berlinale, Clermont Ferrand, Kinoforum among other festivals. The latest one, The Lost Voice(2016), which won Best Short Film at Venice Film Festival in 2016. His first feature The Heiresses premiered at the 2018 Berlinale Competition, winning two Silver Bears for the Best Actress Award and the Alfred Bauer Award.