premieres the trailer for the movie The Consequences, the new film by the Venezuelan director Claudia Pinto that can be seen this Friday, June 11, in the official section of the Malaga Film Festival. The film is participated by RTVE and will hit theaters on September 17.
The consequences is starring Juana Acosta, Alfredo Castro, In the Heights full movie and the young debutante María Romanillos, along with Carme Elías, Sonia Almarcha and the special collaboration of Héctor Alterio.
The consequences is an emotional thriller, in which the viewer will enter a magnetic island to solve the familiar and intimate enigma that its protagonist lives. According to its director, Claudia Pinto “tells the story of a family in eruption. We have all hidden something to protect our loved ones or to avoid what makes us feel guilty. There are no certainties in emotions, we do not feel what we want to feel, and it is in this elusive and elusive terrain that this film moves.
On a trip to a small volcanic island, Fabiola becomes a spy for her home. She has no evidence or certainties, but her intuition tells him that not everything is what it seems. She is torn between fear of what she may find and the need for answers. How far to delve into the privacy of others? How far do you lie to protect the people you love?
Claudia Pinto is a director and screenwriter. With her debut feature The Longest Distance (Venezuela-Spain) she achieves the recognition of festivals, industry and the public. It won the Platinum Award for Best First Feature in 2015, it was nominated for a Goya for Best Ibero-American Film, and it received Audience Awards in territories such as Helsinki, Buenos Aires, Spain, and in Venezuela it remained on the bill for more than a year. Since 2006 she combines her work in film with directing series for TV.
The consequences has been filmed in the Valencian Community and the Canary Islands: mainly on the island of La Palma. The landscape is another character in the story, in the same way that the Amazon was in the previous Claudia Pinto film. In this case, the beautiful settings of El Llano de Las Brujas (El Paso), and Proís de la Candelaria and La Veta Beach (Tijarafe) stand out.
The film was selected at the San Sebastian Festival Co-Production Forum where it won the Eurimages Award. And it has the support of III Cima Mentoring.