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Talk with Arturo Ripstein

Instituto Cervantes in Dublín has the pleasure to show the film “Deep Crimson” from director Arturo Ripstein and Paz Alicia Garciadiego (scriptwriter). They will present the film and after the screening, we will have the opportunity to chat with them.

From a true story that had already been taken to the screen –The Honeymoon Killers (1970), a B movie and Truffaut favorite- in the hands of Arturo Ripstein and relocated in Mexico, it has become his masterpiece and won him the international acclaim he long deserved.
 
The film merges a cruel world, humanized monsters and a black humor that shows up when least expected.
 
Arturo Ripstein, born in Mexico City in 1943, is the son of a well-known producer. He studied law, history and art history before plunging into a film career in 1962, as an assistant to Luis Buñuel.
 
In 1965, he directed his first feature, Tiempo de Morir, written by Carlos Fuentes and Gabriel García Márquez, it began a tradition of making independent films written by high-profile Latin-American authors.
 
In 1997, Ripstein won the National Prize of Arts and Sciences, the second filmmaker after Buñuel to do so.
 
Paz Alicia Garciadiego is the scriptwriter of many of his films.

Today, 25/11/2010 (18:00 h) at Instituto Cervantes
Lincoln House. Lincoln Place
Dublín 2

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