April 31/ 31 de Abril

A fiendishly clever cinematic fugue, skipping a light-footed dance around the conventions of both documentary and drama. Seemingly, it is the story of a young filmmaker who tries to deal with the death of his older brother by making a film about the reactions of his family and friends. Inspired by his own home movies from his adolescent years, Víctor Cubillos weaves a narrative which pays close attention and an open mind as you are led into territory where you may no longer be able to tell what’s up and what’s down!Cubillos is a Chilean journalist who studied film in Berlin . “April 31st” is his first feature.

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