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Ruins, Your Realm

Direction
Year
2016
Country
  • Mexico
Runtime
65min
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"This lyrical and immersive documentary reminiscent of films by Peter Hutton and Kazuhiro Soda, follows the rhythms and tides of Mexican fishermen in extreme, minute detail. Fish are glimpsed underneath the water and gasping on the deck of a ship; men hoist their nets and sails. Interspersed with these quotidian images are snippets of text and poetry, juxtaposed against black background." — Film at Lincoln Center

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  • Original Title
    Ruinas tu reino
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Pablo Escoto
  • Cast
    David Grande Yepez, Salvador Parra Alfonso, Francisco Eustaquio Zarate, Victor Ramón Jimenez, Lorenzo Rodríguez Solís, Angélica González
  • Cinematography
    Jesús Nuñez,Salvador Amores
  • Editing
    Salvador Amores
  • Sound
    Cooper Gillespie, Pablo Escoto
  • Runtime
    65 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    • Mexico
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • UNAM International Film Festival
    • Valdivia Internacional Film Festival
    • Murcia International Film Festival
    • Split Film Festival
    • Transcinema Peru

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