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La Caza

A captivating exploration of abuse, retaliation, and the ultimate sacrifice for loved ones.
5/5

Review

Amy Fajardo’s short drama film takes viewers on an introspective journey into the psychology of a frail old woman, expertly portrayed by Teresa del Olmo. With an undeniable antipathy towards Sergio Reques’s character, the inner turmoil of the protagonist rises to the surface, presenting a captivating exploration of abuse, retaliation, and the ultimate sacrifice for loved ones.

One of the film’s standout aspects is its deliberate limitation of dialogue, skillfully conveying an air of mystery throughout. This brilliant artistic choice leaves audiences hanging on every word or gesture, enhancing the overall intrigue of the narrative.

Visually, Gerardo Castaños’s cinematography is nothing short of remarkable, infusing each frame with a heightened cinematic quality that immerses viewers fully into the world of the characters. The well-crafted composition draws attention to both the grand and subtle moments, truly elevating the viewing experience.

Not to be overlooked is Fajardo’s own musical composition, which adds an eerie and haunting tone to the tale. The music seamlessly entwines itself with the visuals, expertly amplifying the tension and emotion present in the story.

In its compact duration, this short film effectively serves as an enticing introduction to what promises to be a larger, more expansive feature film. It leaves audiences craving for more, with a deep desire to further explore the intricacies of the characters and the captivating world they inhabit.

Overall, Amy Fajardo’s short drama is a must-watch, offering a thought-provoking and thrilling cinematic experience. With exceptional performances, skillful direction, and a gripping narrative, this film deserves high commendation. Highly recommended for those seeking a powerful and memorable viewing experience.

Brief Synopsis

After finding an unexpected opportunity, Alba will have to decide how far she is willing to go in order to save her most loved one from a life of suffering.
La Caza Short Film

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Director(s): Amy Fajardo
Writer(s): Amy Fajardo
Cast: Anaïs García, Sergio Reques, Teresa del Olmo
Producer(s): Amy Fajardo
Director of Photography: Gerardo Castaños
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Runtime: 10 min

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La Caza

A captivating exploration of abuse, retaliation, and the ultimate sacrifice for loved ones.
5/5

Review

Amy Fajardo’s short drama film takes viewers on an introspective journey into the psychology of a frail old woman, expertly portrayed by Teresa del Olmo. With an undeniable antipathy towards Sergio Reques’s character, the inner turmoil of the protagonist rises to the surface, presenting a captivating exploration of abuse, retaliation, and the ultimate sacrifice for loved ones.

One of the film’s standout aspects is its deliberate limitation of dialogue, skillfully conveying an air of mystery throughout. This brilliant artistic choice leaves audiences hanging on every word or gesture, enhancing the overall intrigue of the narrative.

Visually, Gerardo Castaños’s cinematography is nothing short of remarkable, infusing each frame with a heightened cinematic quality that immerses viewers fully into the world of the characters. The well-crafted composition draws attention to both the grand and subtle moments, truly elevating the viewing experience.

Not to be overlooked is Fajardo’s own musical composition, which adds an eerie and haunting tone to the tale. The music seamlessly entwines itself with the visuals, expertly amplifying the tension and emotion present in the story.

In its compact duration, this short film effectively serves as an enticing introduction to what promises to be a larger, more expansive feature film. It leaves audiences craving for more, with a deep desire to further explore the intricacies of the characters and the captivating world they inhabit.

Overall, Amy Fajardo’s short drama is a must-watch, offering a thought-provoking and thrilling cinematic experience. With exceptional performances, skillful direction, and a gripping narrative, this film deserves high commendation. Highly recommended for those seeking a powerful and memorable viewing experience.

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Brief Synopsis

After finding an unexpected opportunity, Alba will have to decide how far she is willing to go in order to save her most loved one from a life of suffering.
La Caza Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Amy Fajardo
Writer(s): Amy Fajardo
Cast: Anaïs García, Sergio Reques, Teresa del Olmo
Producer(s): Amy Fajardo
Director of Photography: Gerardo Castaños
Animation:

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Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 10 min
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