Director of photography:
Giovanny García, Reggie Reyes
Andrés (35) and his son Pedro (12) live in a working district of Caracas and hardly ever see one another. While Andrés fills his time doing different jobs, Pedro wanders the streets playing with his friends and learning from the violent atmosphere around him. During a ball game, Pedro fights with a boy, injuring him with a bottle. Andrés is embarrassed when he hears what has happened and decides to flee from the district in search of refuge. This situation will expose a father incapable of controlling his teenage son, but it will also involuntarily bring them closer than they have ever been.
Gustavo Rondón Córdova (Caracas, 1977) studied Social Communication at the Central University of Venezuela and specialised in film in the Academic Filmmaking Programme at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU), Czech Republic. Between 2003 and 2012 he wrote, directed and edited five shorts selected for festivals including Berlin, Biarritz, Toulouse and Havana. His most recent short film, Nostalgia, was part of the official selection at the Berlinale 2012 and was exclusively acquired by Arte.
2012 - Nostalgia (Short)
2005 - ¿Qué importa cuánto duran las pilas? (Short)
2004 - La línea del olvido (Short)
La Pandilla Producciones (Venezuela)
Cine Cercano / Peliculas Prescindibles (Venezuela)
Factor RH (Venezuela)
Avila Films (Chile)
Dag Hoel Filmprod AS (Norway)