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Gloom (Perfidia)
Directed by
David Figueroa García

MEXICO, USA / 2013 / 25

In Spanish with subtitles

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Alexandra Vivas
When Lucia's father dies under mysterious circumstances, the hierarchies of the household shift, and Lázaro, the driver, feels that this might be his only chance to resolve his desire for her. Without realizing it, Lázaro will be caught between Lucia's attempts to exorcise the demons left from the relationship with her father and this attraction, which, slowly, is turning into an obsession.
David Figueroa García is a writer-director from Mexico City. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Film from Columbia University. His work as a director has received awards from the Directors Guild of America, the National Board of Review, Independent Film Project, Brooklyn Arts Council, the Jerome Foundation, among others. His first short film, Ratitas, won the award for best short film in the Brooklyn Film Festival and the best Mexican short in the Monterrey International Film Festival. He’s currently in development of his first feature film.
Cast/Featuring: Noé Hernández, Diana Lein, Lakshmi Picazo, Arturo Vences
Producer(s): Alexandra Vivas
Director(s): David Figueroa García
Screenwriter(s): David Figueroa García
Cinematographer(s): Santiago Sanchez
Editor(s): Mauricio Leiva-Cock
Production Designer(s): Ana Gabiño
Composer(s)/Music: Lucas Lechowski
Sound Designer(s): Kiyoshi Osawa
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