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Japón

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With three films on his peers’ favourites list, Reygadas is the most lauded member of the new generation of Mexican directors ahead of Cuarón, Iñárritu and del Toro. His breakthrough came at the 2002 Festival de Cannes thanks to his remarkable debut film, Japón. It tells the story of a man preparing his death in Mexico. There, he finds salvation in the vastness of nature.
  • fiction
  • MX
  • 2002 | 131 min. | Colour
  • Language : Spanish
  • Subtitles :
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
Carlos Reygadas
Cinematography
Diego Martínez Vignatti
Thierry Tronchet
Editing
Daniel Melguizo
Carlos Serrano Azcona
David Torres
Sound
Gilles Laurent
Ramón Moreira
Cast
Alejandro Ferretis
Magdalena Flores
Producer
Jaime Romandía, MANTARRAYA
Carlos Reygadas, NODREAM
No Dream Cinema
Mantarraya Producciones
Hubert Bals Fund
Solaris Film
Sergiy Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía IMCINE
Carlos Reygadas
Filmobiography
1998 Adulte (first short)
1999 Prisioneros (short)
1999 Maxhumain (short)
2005 Batalla en el cielo (nominated for Palme d'Or)
2005 Associate producer: Sangre
2007 Silent Light (Jury Prize in Cannes)
2009 Serenghetti
2010 Revolución (segment "Este es mi reino")
2010 42 One Dream Rush (short)
2012 Post Tenebras Lux (Best Director in Cannes)
2014 Short Plays (segment "Mexico")
2018 Nuestro tiempo
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