24 march – 3 april


Flora y fauna
2020 Mexico, Canada 70 min N-13
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The latest feature from Mexican Canadian auteur Nicolás Pereda is a sly, comedic take on how violence in Mexico has infiltrated its society and popular imagination. After years away, Luisa and Gabino visit their parents in a mining town in Northern Mexico. Their father's only interest in them is sparked by Luisa's actor boyfriend, who plays a narco kingpin on TV. After a few awkward encounters, things take an unexpected turn.

"In director Nicolás Pereda's films, the thin line between reality and fiction always acquires different forms and contours. Breaking the usual rules and working with the same actors, he continues to explore the relationship between literature, mundaneness, film and performativity." (Mantė Valiūnaitė)
Total votes: 25
Director(s) - Nicolás Pereda
Screenwriter(s) - Nicolás Pereda
Actors - Gabino Rodríguez, Luisa Pardo, Francisco Barreiro, Teresa Sánchez
Producer(s) - Nicolás Pereda
Cinematographer - Mariel Baqueiro
Editor(s) - Nicolás Pereda
Sound - Pablo Cervera
Composer(s) -
Sales agent - INTERIOR X II I
Distributor -
Production company -
Translation - Lina Černiauskaitė
Dialogues - Spanish
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
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