La Culpa (Guilt)
All Films • Drama, 28-Oct-2019
Diego is humiliated and punished by his father after telling him what happened. Moisés Aisemberg directs “Guilt,” a searing drama about boyhood cruelty and the societal forces behind it. On a camping trip, two kids and their fathers spend some time in the great outdoors. The boys are mostly left on their own, to fish, ride four-wheelers, and argue over their favorite soccer stars. As the day progresses though, the mood darkens when one of the boys begins provoking the other in unsettling ways. Set against picturesque woodsy vistas and idyllic horse rides (an unexpected landscape for a pitch black exploration of abuse and repression), Aisemberg slowly amps up the tension and atmosphere until it culminates painfully in an abandoned lookout tower. -KA. Written and Directed by Moisés Aisemberg. Cast: Diego García Moreno, Patricio López de Rodas, Luis Alberti and Omar Medina. Produced by Regina Galaz, Juan Sarquis and Moisés Aisemberg. Co-produced by Joakim Ziegler and Oyvind Stiauren. Associate Producer: Iris Mendieta. Dop: Carolina Costa. Art Director: Marcela Arenas. Editor: Jonás Fregoso. Sound Design: Enrique Domínguez. Music by: Celer. Poster Design by: Carlos Martínez Trujillo - Bienal Comunicación.
Up Next in All Films
Vincent, a neurotic millennial with a middling credit score, needs work bad. A life of crime could certainly pay if he ever gets a chance, and one night he does. “Auxiliary Man,” directed by and starring Max Roux, infuses its 90’s style crime tale with bumbling humor and energetic soul tunes. The...
A brother and sister in the San Fernando Valley reunite after the sister is forced from her home and daughter. “Purity,” by director Max Roux, is an emotionally raw drama about a broken family trying to keep it together in an ugly world. Riley shows up at the apartment of her brother, Karl, with ...
Gloria plans to catch the bus from Chinatown back home to her native Virginia, but along the way, she runs into old friends and bad habits. Directed by Deni Cheng, “Bucko!” is an edgy naturalistic drama carried by the captivating Eloisa Santos as Gloria (aka Bucko). Her suitcase is packed but she...