Te Prometo Anarquia

Te prometo anarquía / I Promise You Anarchy

A film by Julio Hernández Cordón

This film was screened as a part of the 2016 Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (CLAIFF19)

With director Julio Hernández Cordón in Attendance

Co-presented by OUTsider

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Te Prometo Anarquia

 

Mexico/Germany, Drama/Youth Romance, 2015
88 min, Color
Spanish with English subtitles

Skateboarding compadres and casual lovers, Miguel (Diego Calva) and Johnny (Eduardo Martínez) have known each other since they were kids. Johnny’s mother, Brenda, is still the maid for Miguel’s well-off family. The two kids spend most of their wasteful days skating through the streets of the city, along the overpasses, through the markets and plazas, supporting their shambolic lifestyle by herding up “cows” to be “milked”—marshalling their friends to sell their blood to emergency rooms and ambulances. All goes relatively well until a lucrative offer arrives that turns out to be cartel-related, and much more than the still-innocent Miguel and Johnny can handle.

Austin Premiere

www.interior13.com/en/pelicula/i-promise-you-anarchy

About the director

Julio Harnandez CordonJulio Hernández Cordón studied at the University Rafael Landivar in Guatemala and the CCC in Mexico. His first feature film, GASOLINA, won the Horizontes Award at the San Sebastian IFF and screened at CLAIFF12. LAS MARIMBAS DEL INFIERNO opened CLAIFF14 and earned him the Grand Jury Prize at the Miami Film Festival. In 2009 he started developing POLVO at the Résidence du Festival of Cannes while HASTA EL SOL TIENE MANCHAS premiered at the Marseille IFF.

 

Credits

Producer: Sandra Gómez, Maximiliano Cruz, Julio Hernández Cordón
Production Companies: INTERIOR XIII
Screenwriter: Julio Hernández Cordón
Cinematographer: María Secco
Editor: Lenz Claure
Sound Design: Axel Muñoz, Alex de Icaza
Music: Erick Bongcam, Alberto Torres
Cast: Diego Calva Hernández, Eduardo Martínez Peña

Print Source: Jeffrey Winter – TFC, festivals@thefilmcollaborative.org