Lucas is visiting his sister on a remote island in southern Chile before moving abroad. An unlikely romance grows when he meets Antonio, a struggling young fisherman. The intimacy they share makes them navigate towards a new horizon and to a different stage of their adulthood.
BIO: Omar Zuniga Hidalgo received his M.F.A. from New York University's Graduate Film Program in 2014. In 2012 he directed Academy Awards Nominee James Franco and Zach Braff in a part of The Color of Time, that had a theatrical release in the US in 2014. His last short film, San Cristabal, won the Teddy Award at the Berlinale 2015. He is now developing a feature based on this film. He is a founding partner of Cinestacion, a Santiago-based production company that makes highly creative auteur cinema from Chile and the region.
Cast/Featuring: Samuel Gonzalez, Antonio Altamirano
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