By Carlos MORENO


Black comedy - Completed 2010

Salvador is a peasant who one day wakes up as usual to work on his land but instead finds a large pile of corpses in the middle of his crops. He runs to notify the authorities but it happens to be Sunday of elections and the dead ones end up being a nuisance that nobody wants to deal with.

& Awards

Sundance Film Festival 2011
World Cinema Competition World Cinema Cinematography Award: Dramatic
    • Year of production
    • 2010
    • Genres
    • Black comedy
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • Budget
    • 0.3 - 0.6 M$
    • Duration
    • 88 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Carlos MORENO
    • Writer(s)
    • Alonso TORRES
    • EIDR
    • 10.5240/8261-31B5-AFA0-1475-7572-3
    • Producer(s)
    • Diego RAMIREZ
    • Synopsis
    • In this eerie and fantastically shot tragicomic satire, an ordinary farmer's morning routine is interrupted when he makes a grim discovery in the middle of his cornfield—a huge pile of dead bodies. Aghast, he reports the mysterious massacre on what happens to be Election Day. When the small-town mayor and police lieutenant take notice, fearful of unleashing a public scandal, they stall and intimidate the farmer and his family. Meanwhile, the sun beats down, and the eerie corpses remain, refusing to be ignored.
      All Your Dead Ones unspools a disquieting allegory, a silent indictment of Colombia's ongoing civil war. The imagery and sound, crafted with unsettling intensity, illustrate a frightening crisis of social conscience. Tinged with mordant surrealism, director Carlos Moreno's return to Sundance (Perro Come Perro screened at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival) demonstrates a rare ability to transcend genre and a remarkable storytelling vigor, anchored within a haunting and arresting visual motif.
    • Beginning of shooting
    • Feb 01, 2010