LOST IN THE NIGHT (2023)
Drama, Thriller | Language: Spanish | Subtitles: English
Premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival
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Emiliano lives in a small mining town in Mexico. Motivated by a deep sense of justice, he searches for those responsible for the disappearance of his activist mother who was standing up for local jobs against an international mining company. Receiving no help from the police or judicial system, he finds a clue that leads him to the wealthy Aldama Family, where he meets a famous artist, his celebrity wife and their beautiful daughter. It’s not long before he has a job at their home and becomes determined to uncover the secrets beneath the surface.
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CAST & CREW
Cast - Juan Daniel García Treviño, Ester Expósito, Bárbara Mori
Director - Amat Escalante
Screenplay - Amat Escalante, Martín Escalante
Cinematographer - Diego Dussuel
Producers - Nicolás Celis, Fernanda de la Peza
Co-producers - Viola Fügen, Michael Weber, Leontine Petit, Erik Glijnis, Katrin Pors, Eva Jacobson, Mikkel Jersin, Alejandro Sugich, Dan Wechsler, Andreas Roald, Jamal Zeinal-Zade
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Born in 1979, Amat Escalante is a self-taught filmmaker from the city of Guanajuato in Mexico. He began his work in cinema at the age of 15. After making two short films, he wrote and directed his first feature film, Sangre, a FIPRESCI Prize winner at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. His second feature, Los Bastardos, was also presented in Cannes in Un Certain Regard. In 2013, with his third feature film, Heli, Escalante received the Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2016, he received the Silver Lion for best director with The Untamed, which premiered at the 73rd Venice Film Festival. Lost in the Night is his fifth feature film.