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Into the Abyss

Matías Xavier Rispau
Open Veins
Duration: 104 min.
Country: Argentina
Language: español
Year: 2022
Friday 4th, 23:30 hs., Paseo Aldrey (Sala Aldrey 4)
Saturday 5th, 23:10 hs., Paseo Aldrey (Sala Aldrey 1)
Sunday 6th, 23:10 hs., Paseo Aldrey (Sala Aldrey 1)

As explosions flash in the distance, the rain does not give respite in this part of the city. Under the downpour, a man tries to escape, but the problem is where to. Going through abandoned buildings in search of food and water, Bannon rakes up empty cans and boxes, but all he finds are piercing screams and the permanent threat of them, the demons that came down from the sky. In his odyssey trying to leave the dommed area, the… hero? must put his conscience to the test and redeem himself before the ghosts from his past. On the way, a strange guide from the underworld seems to help him. Set in a biblical-post-apocalyptic scenery, Into the Abyss takes genre cinema towards the transcendental, turning a dystopian escape film into an allegory about the lights and shadows of human beings, as well as their eternal struggle to be free from themselves.

Matías Xavier Rispau

Matías Xavier Rispau

Matías Xavier Rispau was born in the province of Buenos Aires in 1983. He started his audiovisual training at a very young age, and self-taught. He shot a number of videos in VHS, MiniDV and Super 8 format. His feature Blanco o negro (2016) premiered at the Zero Hour section of the 31st Festival.

Data Sheet:

G: Matías Xavier Rispau, Boris C.Q.
F: Matías Xavier Rispau, Juan Facundo López
E: Matías Xavier Rispau
DA: Tania Covelli
S: Jordi Rispau
M: Pablo Fuu
P: Matías Xavier Rispau, Nicolás Onetti, Michael Kraetzner
CP: Brainstorming Films
I: Martín Rispau, German Baudino, Chucho Fernández, Demián Salomon, Paula Brasca


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