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BELMONTE

by Federico Veiroj

synopsis

Belmonte, interested in portraying the human being, their folds, their disproportion, is soon to put on a painting exhibition at the Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, but he is more occupied with thoughts of the changes underway in his family: his ex-wife is pregnant by another man, and he realises that his daughter, Celeste, will spend less time with him when her little brother is born. Belmonte needs the bearings of being with his daughter, preparing her lunch, taking her to school and, above all, of starting to share with her his interior world without concealing his concerns, even if they are those of an adult.

original title: Belmonte
country: Uruguay, Mexico, Spain
sales agent: Meikincine Entertainment (MX)
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Federico Veiroj
film run: 74'
screenplay: Federico Veiroj
cast: Gonzalo Delgado, Olivia Molinaro Eijo, Tomás Wahrmann
cinematography by: Arauco Hernández Holz, Analia Pollio
film editing: Fernando Franco, Manuel Rilla
art director: Alejandro Castiglioni, Nicole Davrieux
music: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig Van Beethonven, Pedro Dalton, Alfredo Lepera, Leo Masliah, Buenos Muchachos
producer: Charles Barthe, Juan José López, Federico Veiroj
executive producer: Juan José López, Federico Veiroj, Pedro Barcia, Carla Farell, Sandro Halphen, Elisa Salinas, Eckehardt Von Damm
production: Ferdydurke, Cinekdoque (UY), Nadador Cine (UY), Corazón Films (MX)
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