The machismo and misogyny that exists in Mexico is the spine of the movie “Territory”, by director Andrés Clariond Rangel, which opens in the present day in theaters in Mexico.
The movie addresses from the attitude of the working class the tradition of masculinity in Mexico and the battle it faces with the brand new identities of the masculine.
The manufacturing brings collectively Paulina Gaitán, José Pescina and Jorge Jiménez within the stellar roles; his characters lead viewers to varied conditions derived from machismo, misogyny and male sterility and the way a lot it could have an effect on a pair.
Manuel and Lupe, the primary characters, have issues being dad and mom, it worsens when Manuel discovers that he’s sterile. After exploring varied choices, many inaccessible resulting from his working-class standing, he turns to Rubén, his new good friend, to be a donor.
In alternate, Rubén asks him to dwell at residence for just a few days with the promise of going to america quickly. Their presence modifications the dynamics of the wedding, inflicting battle and estrangement from the couple.
In an interview with him Each day, Andrés Clariond and José Pescina share their emotions about this manufacturing.
“Man has at all times been compelled to satisfy a job inside society, has developed a really marked character by which his emotions should usually be repressed, defend sure paradigms of his masculinity, and a type of is that of paternity, and it’s right here the place the story of Manuel and Lupe reaches a breaking level, as a result of their want to be a father is pissed off by their sterile situation ”, defined the director in an interview.
The director defined that the character of Lupe performs a vital function within the story, she isn’t in any method passive, quite the opposite, she turns into the axis on which the event of the story revolves.
José Pescina spoke of the problem of stepping into the pores and skin of his character, he describes Manuel’s character as very hooked up to a really conventional imaginative and prescient of what masculinity is, and it’s that attachment, prejudices, lack of economic assets and assist skilled to beat his battle, which finally ends up deteriorating his relationship together with his associate.— Emanuel Rincón Becerra
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“Territorio” is produced by Alejandro Durán and Gabriel Nuncio by the Bengala agency, with images by Santiago Sánchez, edited by Soledad Salfate, with sound by José Miguel Enríquez and Music by Tomas Barreiro.