Blue Sky, Black Sky (2003)

Sobre o filme

The result of a partnership between a filmmaker and a choreographer, the film alternates narrative passages and scenes of dancing in carefully choreographed movements almost always doing without dialog. The film is divided into four segments that try to tell small stories, exploring the way in which the people see the world. Young Violeta uses her video camera to film all those around her, collecting signs of their passage aleatorily and key elements to their fate. She follows Juan who is also filming a group of women engaged in strange movements in metal wagons. In an emergency unit, Abel (Boy Olmi) tries to discover how he ended up there hit by bullets and is delirious about his past, with visions of his daughter. In the waiting room in a hospital Ana, who pays daily visits to her mother there, meets Gabriel who is in search of news of a woman he cannot rescue alone. Dream and reality blend on the scene. The states of mind of the characters translate by the choreography with alternating images in black and white.

Título original: Cielo Azul, Cielo Negro

Ano: 2003

Duração: 87 minutos

País: Argentina

Cor: Colorido e preto e branco


Roteiro: Paula de Luque e Sabrina Farji

Fotografia: Alejandra Martin

Elenco: Andrea Carballo, Ines Rampoldi, Boy Olmi, Luis Ziembrowsky, Marie Louise Alemann, Diana Lamas, Zoe Trilnick Farji, Martin Borisenko, Silvana Sosto, Violeta Naon

Produtor: Marcelo Schapces