Lost In The Night

  • Mexico, Germany| 2023 | Spanish| 140'| Colour
  • Original Title: Lost in the night
  • Director: Amat Escalante
  • Screenplay: Amat Escalante, Martín Escalante
  • DoP: Adrian Durazo
  • Editor: Fernanda De La Peza
  • Cast: Juan Daniel García Treviño, Ester Expósito, Bárbara Mori


Cannes, 2023
BFI Film Festival, 2023
AFI Fest, 2023
Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, 2023

Synopsis: Emiliano lives in a small mining town in Mexico. Motivated by a deep sense of justice, he searches for those responsible for the disappearance of his activist mother who was standing up for local jobs against an international mining company. Receiving no help from the police or judicial system, he finds a clue that leads him to the wealthy Aldama Family, where he meets a famous artist, his celebrity wife and their beautiful daughter. It's not long before he has a job at their home and becomes determined to uncover the secrets beneath the surface.

Directors Bio: Amat Escalante, a self-taught filmmaker born in 1979 in Guanajuato, began his career in cinema at 15. His debut feature, "Sangre," premiered in Cannes' "Un Certain Regard" in 2005, winning the FIPRESCI Prize. "Los Bastardos" followed at Cannes in 2008. "Heli," his third feature, secured the Best Director award in Cannes' Official Competition in 2013. "The Untamed" premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2016, earning him the Silver Lion for Best Director. From 2018 to 2021, Escalante directed episodes of Netflix's "Narcos: Mexico," showcasing his versatility in both film and television, highlighting his growing influence in the industry.

Sales Agent: Match Factory

Drama | Thriller
India Premiere

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