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12th
Cinema Palace
All Your Dead Ones
Director_ Carlos Moreno
Colombia 2010 88min HD color feature
Review

In the morning, of a mayoral election day, Farmer Salbador goes to his field to work like on a normal day. But there is a fantastic sight that breaks the peaceful morning up, a bunch of dead bodies. Farmer runs to the city hall to appeal to the mayor, military, and public media because he thinks he does not know what else to do. But no one listens to him and his concerns are ignored. Eventually he barely convinced them to come to his field. But no one knows how the people were killed, who took them to the field, why, or when it happened. They are left helpless in the wake of a mystery massacre. But the mayor and military are not interested in the situation. They want to play it off and take advantage of the situation somehow. They want to use the event to support them during the ongoing political race. The mayor is only interested in the results of election rather than peoples’ lives. The military are only busy with responsibilities instead of public peace and order. The public media is only interested in their own private benefit rather than conveying the truth to the public. The farmer, salbador, who does not know what to do in this situation, is in the midst of a chaotic reality. The dead bodies are the true witnesses of this peculiar situation. They stimulate our guilty conscience, making us feel different as people who are alive. The dead bodies that no one knows when or how they make their appearance could be the irresponsibility of political a consciousness and a symbol of moral law of people who on earth today.(Kim Jimi)

CREDIT
  • DirectorCarlos Moreno
  • ScreenplayAlonso Torres, Carlos Moreno
  • ProducerDiego F. Ramirez
  • CinematographyDiego F. Jimenez
  • Art DirectorHernan Garcia
  • EditorAndres Porras
  • MusicJose Garrido
CastAlvaro Rodriguez, Jorge Herrera, Martha Marquez, Harold De Vssten, John Alex Castillo
DIRECTOR
Carlos Moreno
He has a Master’s Degree in Audiovisual Narrative from Barcelona’s Universidad Autonoma (Spain). His first feature film, Dog Eat Dog, premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and participated in more than 40 festivals. Also co-directed the documentary One, The Story of A Goal premiered in 2010 at the Guadalajara Film Festival, Miami Film Festival and Cartagena Film Festival. He recently finished filming the movie Snitches Cartel.
Jeonju Office

(54999) 2F, Jeonju Cine Complex, 22, Jeonjugaeksa 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea

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Seoul Office

(04031) 4F, 16, Yanghwa-ro 15-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

T. +82 (0)2 2285 0562 F. +82 (0)2 2285 0560

JEONJU Cine Complex

(54999) Jeonju Cine Complex, 22, Jeonjugaeksa 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea

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