MINOTAUR

MINOTAUR
  • Director:

    JOAQUÍN URIBE

    JOAQUÍN URIBE
  • Genre:

    Documental / Todas

  • Duration:

    minutes

  • Year:

Synopsis

Minotauro is a documentary directed by Joaquín Uribe, who initially hoped to tell the story of Omar, an artist who is imprisoned in Bogotá's La Picota prison for murder. After eight years of paying his sentence, he manages to obtain a 72-hour exit permit, as part of the process to regain his freedom. What Joaquín did not expect was that throughout the two years of pre-production and filming, he would meet a person full of masks and that would lead him to change course in his original idea and even that he himself became one more character in Omar's daily life; who believes that his life is part of an act.       All this has transformed the feature film into a constant ambivalence where, on the one hand, the pretense of the real is told and, on the other hand, the fantasies of this prisoner who relives again and again the homicide he committed, as well as other illusions that are they will show throughout the documentary.

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Characteristics

  • Nationality: Colombia
  • Lenght: Feature Films
  • Stage: Pre Producción
  • Format cap: Digital Video
  • Color: COLOR
  • Sound: DOLBY 5.0
  • Locations: Bogotá

Technical team

TEMPESTARII S.A.S

Production

JOAQUÍN URIBE

Producer

Exhibición Theatrical Colombia