Cine Latino: Rara

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sun, Nov 13, 2016 7:15 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 3 Wed, Nov 16, 2016 9:15 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$7.00
Student (Box Office Only):$5.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Program:Cine Latino
Bright New Voices
Women in Film
Tags:Family Drama
LGBTQ
Women Directors
Coming-of-Age
Release Year:2016
Runtime:92 min
Festivals & Awards:Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury - Berlin International Film Festival
Country/Region:Chile
Argentina
Language:Spanish
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Latido Films
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXA0b2NNATI
Cast/Crew
Director:Pepa San Martín
Producer:Macarena López
Nicolás Grosso
Cinematographer:Enrique Stindt
Screenwriter:Pepa San Martín
Alicia Scherson
Editor:Soledad Salfate
Composer:Ignacio Pérez Marín
Principal Cast:Mariana Loyola
Agustina Muñoz
Julia Lubbert
Emilia Ossandon
Daniel Muñoz
Sigrid Alegria
Coca Guazzini

Description

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Screening with short film Mirror.

Nestled into a warm, supportive home shared with her mother Paula (Mariana Loyola, The Maid), her mother’s partner Lia (Agustina Munoz, Viola) and younger sister Catalina (Emilia Ossandon), 12 year-old Sara (newcomer Julia Lubbert in an assured performance) takes her first cautious steps into the world of high school, boys, and good times alongside her best friend Pancha (Micaele Cristi). But when their uncommon home life is challenged in an effort orchestrated by her father Victor (Daniel Munoz), smart and observant Sara finds herself facing the possibility of having her family torn apart while at the same time navigating the awkward and often overwhelming realities of being a teenager.

Co-written by acclaimed author Alicia Scherson (Play), this debut feature from writer/director Pepa San Martin is a fresh and surprising coming of age film that doesn’t shy away from the realities faced by many families headed by same-sex parents, yet without ever becoming a ‘lesson’ film. Keenly observed and sensitively drawn, Rara is a movie for anyone who’s fought to keep their head up in a world that just doesn’t get it.


Título: Rara

Con intensa observación y trazo sensible, este fresco y sorprendente drama sobre el pasaje a la adultez sigue a Sara, de 12 años, encarando a un mismo tiempo la pesada realidad de ser una adolescente, y el desafío inesperado de su cómoda pero poco común vida doméstica. Escrito conjuntamente con la reconocida escritora Alicia Scherson (Play), Rara es un film para todos aquellos que luchan por mantener en alto su cabeza en un mundo que no los entiende.


Press

"Wonderfully light of touch, full of well-observed human detail and even-handedly compassionate..."- The Hollywood Reporter


Screening with Short Film

Mirror
2016 | 3 min | Narrative | USA, Portugal | No Dialogue

She’s young. She’s in trouble. She’s staring at the mirror looking for answers. But what she's about to find can change her life.

Director(s): Sara Eustaquio | Producer(s): Sara Eustaquio | Writer(s): Sara Eustaquio | Cinematographer(s): Sara Eustaquio | Editor(s): Sara Eustaquio | Composer(s): Paul Corner (aka Powlos) and Victor Eustaquio (aka LabVic) | Principal Cast: Jaimie Marchuk | School: New York Film Academy/Teen Summer Filmmaking Camp | Facebook