Directed by Irma Orozco
Don Ruperto is an old cynical man who does not care about other people’s feelings. Ruthlessly he cares just about his own interests. When he gets himself into trouble nevertheless he is helped by those he hurt.
Irma Orozco was born in 1983 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Since her childhood she was strongly attracted by arts, specially Film, Music and Painting. She learned painting as autodidact and had several painting exhibitions. She studied Graphic Design and Music at the University of Guadalajara, in Mexico. In 2009 she began her studies at the “Master of Film, TV, and Interactive Media” in Madrid, Spain. In 2011 she started her second Master in the “Media Production” at the Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe in Lemgo, Germany. Currently she is living in Germany, working as a freelance filmmaker, animator and visual artist.
Patricia Ramos / Independent / World Cinema features / Cuba / 2016 / 75 minsIn Havana, on a roof, three young friends gather every day to tell stories and dreams, treating life as if time passes without notice. In the midst of their boredom, without money and dreaming of prosperity, they decide to set up their own business, a pizza restaurant. Their story embodies hope and the pursuit of aspirations in unclear circumstances. This microcosm speaks volumes about the vibrant culture and climate of Cuba today, showcasing the talents of a new woman director who is someone to watch.
Preceded by: Don Ruperto