P3Nd3Jo5

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    P3Nd3Jo5

    Directed by

    Argentina

    2013

    157 min

    • Spanish

    Drama

    P3ND3JO5 is a title that in order to be heard must force its graphic nature and be pronounced “Pendejos”. The music score goes from electronic cumbia to opera, passes through Los Violadores, and stops in a boy that plays his guitar. There are conversations we don’t hear: they become intertitles like in silent cinema, which is also targeted through the iris, a quote to Dreyer’s PASSION DE JEANNE D’ARC, the black & white cinematography, and even the format: 4 wide by 3 high. The skies, the boys, and the streets: Perrone’s usual themes featured in a different aesthetic, with lots of travelling shots in the skateboarding scenes and the walks. P3ND3JO5 is a lot of things within Perrone’s cinema: a summa, his longest, most excessive, ambitious, and perhaps visually beautiful film. (Buenos Aires Film Festival)

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    Credits

    Cast
    Mariano Blanco
    Cabito
    Yenien Teves
    Eugenia Juarez
    Fernando Daniel
    Adrian Quiroga Hernandez
    Julieta Maria Borgna
    Gonzalo Orquin
    Nestor Gianott
    Screenplay
    Raúl Perrone
    Cinematography
    Raúl Perrone
    Hernan Soma
    Editing
    Raúl Perrone
    Production
    TRIVIAL MEDIA
    Raúl Perrone

    Raúl Perrone

    Argentina

    Raúl Perrone was born in Ituzaingó, Buenos Aires. He has always lived and worked in Argentina. His filmography is characterized for its incorruptible coherence, putting him on the spot as one of the main directors in Argentina, always working in an absolutely independent way, turning him in an eludible mentor for the new generation of Argentinian directors.

    Selected Filmography