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Entre la vida y la muerte

Giordano Gederlini

2021

SYNOPSIS

Leo Castaneda, a Spaniard who fled Belgium, works as a metro driver, away from his previous life which he does not want to remember. One night, as the train arrives at the station, he sees a young man that is staggering on the edge of the platform and ends up falling on the track. He is not just a random suicide: it is his son, Hugo, whom he had not seen for more than two years. After his death, Leo begins to investigate and discovers that Hugo was involved in a mafia that had carried out a violent heist. Eager to find the truth, Leo follows the footsteps of the criminal organization to try to find out what his son's last days were like and the possible reason that led him to take such a terrible decision. But Leo is not alone: Police Inspector Virginie Rivage, fearing that Leo may be dangerous, follows him closely and tries to find out his true identity before it's too late. Who is actually Leo Castaneda?

BIOFILMOGRAPHY

Born in Chile in 1971, Giordano Gederneli is a screenwriter and Belgian film director. His last film as a screenwriter has been "Les Misérables" ("The Miserables", directed by Ladj Ly), nominated for an Oscar for Best International Film. It was also nominated for the Golden Globes, the Palme d'Or and the Golden Camera at the Cannes Film Festival, where it also won the Audience Award. It also won the Discovery Award from the European Film Awards, where Gederneli was nominated for best European screenwriter. In addition, during his career he has written and directed short films, such as "Piqueuse", and feature films, including "Duelles" ("Maternal Instinct", 2018, adaptation of the novel by Barbara Abel, directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse, winner of nine Magritte Awards, including Best Screenplay for Gederneli), "L’envahisseur" ("The Invader", 2012, directed by Nicolas Provost, winner and nominated in various festivals such as FF Oostende, Ghent IFF, Göteborg FF, Palm Springs IFF and the Venice Festival) and "Tueurs" ("Criminal Group", 2017, directed by Jean-François Hensgens and François Troukens, winner of an Award Magritte and nominated for eight others).

National Distribution (France): Le Pacte

International Distribution: Le Pacte

Title: Entre la vida y la muerte

Year: 2021

Direction: Giordano Gederlini

Script: Giordano Gederlini

Cast: Antonio de la Torre, Marine Vacth

Production Companies: Frakas Productions, Noodles Production & Fasten Films