29 Nov 2013

Central American directors Jonas D’Adesky and Claudia Sainte-Luce have used a film craft to deal with the issues of loneliness and belonging in their society.

 Jonas D’Adesky’s, Director of film “Three Kids”
During a media interaction at the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), Jonas D’Adesky’s, Director of film “Three Kids” said that his film is a story about three 12 years old kids who live in a home in Port-au-Prince, who are friends and do everything together. 

One among them tries to convince his other two friends to leave the home and live as they want to live.

 He said that film depicts post 2010 earthquake scenario in which all three of them try to find a place to live and get separated by an accident. 

Jonas D’Adesky added that Indian films are popular in Caribbean countries due to presence of large Indian diaspora.

 He said that the Government of Caribbean countries should evolve a collaborative arrangement with India for development of cinema. 

In the same interaction Mexican Director Claudia Sainte-Luce said that her film ‘The Amazing Catfish’ is a story of a lonely young woman, Claudia who works in a super market. 

One night, she is admitted in the hospital with a severe case of appendicitis, where she meets another female patient and her family. After gaining their trust she starts to live with them. The Director said that the story tells about how a lonely woman experiences a sense of belonging when her health is decaying day by day but the bond with each member of family grows more and more strong. 

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