“A Cielo Abierto,” the most recent movie from Oscar-nominated Mexican screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga (“Babel”), is being introduced onto Berlin’s European Movie Market by Movie Manufacturing facility Leisure.
Produced by Argentina’s Ok&S Movies, whose credit embrace “Wild Tales,” “The Clan” and “The Summit” — the final by “Argentina, 1985” director Santiago Mitre — “A Cielo Abierto” is directed by Mariana Arriaga and Santiago Arriaga, Guillermo Arriaga’s daughter and son, making their function movie debut.
“A Cielo Abierto” activates two teen brothers who take a street journey to the Mexico-U.S. border to trace down the person chargeable for the automobile accident that prompted their father’s loss of life.
Joined by their lovely newly-met stepsister, their journey turns into a “tense revenge journey to maturity,” the synopsis runs.
In the course of the journey, the trio, from Mexico’s upper-middle class, can even encounter “violence, tenderness, a wild inclement panorama, intuition, animals and seriousness,” Guillermo Arriaga stated.
“A Cielo Abierto” shot within the northern Coahuila desert, a “sacred land” for the Arriagas, the place “mild, house, fauna and flora have a particular significance for all three of us,” he added.
“We needed to covert this panorama into one other lead character of the movie,” Arriaga recalled. “My daughter and son shot in probably the most cruel situations: Scorching solar, sweltering afternoons, to move in only a few days to rain, blustering icy wind and temperatures beneath zero.”
Movie Manufacturing facility is at present displaying a primary promo at Berlin’s European Movie Market. The movie is scheduled for supply within the third quarter of 2023.
“Guillermo Arriaga is without doubt one of the biggest and most revolutionary scriptwriters of our time and we’re assured his new screenplay will thrill audiences worldwide,” stated Movie Manufacturing facility’s Vicente Canales.
“Mariana Arriaga and Santiago Arriaga have stunningly directed this masterpiece script penned by Guillermo Arriaga. Capturing our first manufacturing in Mexico touring by means of the desert along with all of them was a pleasure and a very inspiring expertise,” Ok&S’ Matías Mosteirin advised Selection.
“Identical to the characters on this story, this journey has allowed us to find new horizons and be a part of a really modern and daring movie about youth, loss, guilt, sense of revenge, love and decisions in life.”
Arriaga additionally wrote “The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada,” a Cannes’ finest screenplay award winner, Oscar-nominated “Amores Perros” and double Oscar-nominated “21 Grams.” He served as a producer on Venice Golden Lion laureate “From Afar.”
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