ALONE

SOLO

By Joseph NOVOA

JOEL FILMS - as PROD

Drama - Completed 2014


    • Year of production
    • 2014
    • Genres
    • Drama
    • Countries
    • VENEZUELA, URUGUAY
    • Languages
    • SPANISH
    • Budget
    • 10 - 25 M$
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Joseph NOVOA
    • Writer(s)
    • Fernando BUTAZZONI, Elia SCHNEIDER, Joseph NOVOA
    • Producer(s)
    • Joseph NOVOA (JOEL FILMS), Natacha LOPEZ (LAVORAGINE FILMS)
    • Synopsis
    • "If there’s a mirror, I’m no longer alone.... there’s someone else...”

      Tomás (42) is a military official with a successfully rising career. He’s married to Teresa (40) and is the father of Lucas (7), a blind child, but with a sense of the world beyond the visible. Despite his blindness, Lucas can see things others cannot see, and hear things that others cannot hear.. He knows something shocking is about to happen.

      "My soul can perceive what my eyes can’t see ..."

      A call will change the course of their life; Glenda (22) returns to town after several years of absence. Teresa doesn’t want Tomás to see Glenda again, but the encounter will be inevitable.

      Glenda’s arrival will trigger off everything. Tomás is forced to take advantage of his job position go away with her. However, his superiors don’t want to lose their business, so they’ll start a persecution.
      In his runaway, Tomás will fall down into the void. When he wakes up, in an unknown hospital, only Glenda is by his side. As they get out of the room, they realize they’re all alone, no one is in the hospital, or in the city, or anywhere else. The world has become empty. Intact but empty. And the site is it elsewhere? Tomás and Glenda walk through the empty city. Everything seems normal… but theres no people around.
      Tomás and Glenda now must face the line between reality delirium in search for an explanation
      “Solo" is a journey from the guts to the madness, where reflections of the soul will appear in the middle of lonesomeness.
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