Director of photography:
Agustín Silva, Li Fridman, Paulina García, Luis Gnecco, Alejandro Goic, Daniel Muñoz, Augusto Schuster
Brief synopsis of the project:
Vicente recently got back to Chile after living in LA. He's now on vacation from a school full of people he can't relate to. He is young, reckless and kind of a loner. Spending summer at his parents' beach house in Chile, its days of lying on the sand, swimming and partying - with whoever. But one of those random nights of chasing girls and downing cups of booze changes his life forever. He becomes the main suspect of a hit-and-run incident that caused the death of a local fisherman. "I wasn't the one driving," he says, but his memories are a blur. He was in the car. He was wasted. And the driver he recalls happens to be the son of a powerful politician. His case, is not an easy one. Slowly but steadily, power, manipulation and guilt will unravel, precipitating Vicente into a downward spiral that brings his sweet summer vacations to a bitter end.
Alejandro Fernández Almendras was born in Chile, 1971. His first short film -Lo que trae la lluvia - won the Best Short Film Award of the Latin American Short Film Festival. It has also been included in the official selection of more than 30 festivals. The script of his first feature film - Huacho - was awarded by the Sundance/NHK Prize and "Groupama Gan pour le Cinéma" foundation. Huacho was screened during the Critics' Week of the 2009 Cannes Festival. His feature film Matar a un hombre (2014) was awarded by the Grand Jury Prize of the Sundance Festival and stood for Chile in the pre-selections for the Oscars.
2016 - Aquí no ha pasado nada (feature film)
2014 - Matar a un hombre (feature film)
2011 - Sentados frente al fuego (feature film)
2009 - Huacho (feature film)
2007 - Lo que trae la lluvia (short film)