Zabala live + My Mexican Bretzel

Synopsis

My Mexican Bretzel was the sensation of the pandemic D’A of 2020. The Audience Award confirmed Núria Giménez as a director of an inventiveness and sensitivity about found footage like there are few. Four years later, the film returns to the festival and, just as Giménez worked with appropriate materials, now Jon Aguirrezabalaga, alias Zabala, transforms the silences of the Barcelona director’s set into a live musical show. Ambient music, IDM or drone are the electronic genres that predominate in the new reading of the film: another layer of fiction on the diaries of Vivian Barret, the wife of a wealthy industrialist who records domestic images. Characters from a hypothetical melodrama, beautiful and strange, now immersed in the dreaminess of a new soundtrack by the composer from Bilbao, known for his long career with We Are Standard.

Themes

Music

Film information

Year: 2024

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Zabala live + My Mexican Bretzel