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Direc­tor: Pau­lino Ordó­ñez
Con­tri­bu­tion: Edi­ting and sound
Country: Mexi­co
For­mat: NTSC Video
Dura­tion: 11 minu­tes
Color
Sound
2011

Synop­sis:

   In the tra­di­tion of the silent movie era ora­tors –who would cons­ciously or uncons­ciously rein­ter­pret the ori­gi­nal mes­sa­ges and inten­tions of popu­lar films– Pau­lino Ordó­ñez reuses sce­nes from The Woman Hun­ter (1972), a seven­ties TV movie sta­rring Bar­ba­ra Eden (I Dream of Jean­nie), to give a live rant about Mexico’s poli­ti­cal and social con­di­tions of the present.

Stills:

Exhi­bi­tion:

-“Cine Regio Actual” cura­ted by José Quin­ta­ni­lla. Fes­ti­val Inter­na­cio­nal de Cine de More­lia. More­lia, Mich., Mexi­co (Octo­ber 2011)
-Jor­na­da de Nue­vos Lec­to­res Fil­mi­cos del Con­se­jo para la Cul­tu­ra y las Artes de Nue­vo Leon (CONARTE). Cine­te­ca Nue­vo Leon. Mon­te­rrey, NL, Mexi­co (August 2011)

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