Looking ahead to the premiere in theaters in Mexico this Thursday, October 27, 2022 of Bardo, Netflix freed a new trailer and poster of the latest from the five-time Oscar-winning Mexican filmmaker, Alexander G. Iñarritu.
full title movie Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (In our country, Bardo, false chronicle of a few truths), will debut in all cinemas in our country on October 27, 2022, followed by a limited theatrical release in the United States, Spain, and Argentina on November 4. It will later have a global expansion on November 18. Its global launch on the streamer is set for December 16
You can find the advance and poster at the end of the note.
Billed as a “nostalgic comedy” set on an “epic personal journey,” Bardo tells the story of a renowned Mexican journalist and documentary filmmaker who returns home and works through an existential crisis as he grapples with his identity, family relationships, the madness of his memories and his country’s past, while searching for answers in his past. to reconcile who he is in the present.
Bardo addresses a wide range of topics ranging from Mexican heritage and identity to the impact of griefall conveyed in a kaleidoscope of impressionistic images.
The script was co-written by Inarritu and his frequent collaborator Nicolás Giacobone (Birdman, The Revenant, Biutiful).
The cast is made up of Daniel Gimenez Cacho (Club of Ravens, What Happened to Sara?) playing Silverio Gama. Griselda Siciliani (I married an idiot, Educating Nina), Ximena Lamadrid (What happened to Sarah?), e Iker Sanchez Solano in leading roles.
Eugene Knight (Rome, Pan’s Labyrinth) is in charge of production design, Ana Terrazas (The Deuce, Roma) of costume design, and Darius Khondji (Amour, Seven, Uncut Gems) as director of photography. Khondji shot the film on 65mm.
In addition to his work as director, producer, and co-writer, Iñárritu is in charge of editing the feature film.
- Iñárritu cut 22 minutes of the film after the premiere in Venice, going from a duration of 3 hours to 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- Bardo marks the first time that an Iñárritu film has been shot entirely in Mexico since loves dogs (2000).
- Bardo It will be Netflix’s first big (wide) theatrical release, rather than the limited theatrical showings it employs for some of its original productions.
- It was shot on 65mm, which is really weird for streaming services.
- Iñárritu’s first film shot on film since Biutiful (2010).
Mary Parent and Karla Luna Cantú are executive producers, with Iñárritu and Stacy Perskie Kaniss producing.
New trailer and poster: