Agliberto provides a dramatic passage with the absolute guarantee to take the control from a strong and human history.
Based on the reality of the illegal trips, this film takes a real fact occurred in 1980 when several Dominicans passed away asphyxiated within a container of the boat Regina Express. Agliberto provides a dramatic passage with the absolute guarantee to take the control from a strong and human history. In spite of the technical deficiencies, the work of the camera made by Peyi Guzmán focuses a surrealistic style to equip to the image with that veracity and significance in the film language. A nourished group of Dominican actors is put under the scrutiny of a public who saw reflected in the screen all his fears to open a stage important in the persistence to make some kind of national cinema. Agliberto next to Danilo Taveras and Adelso Cass composes history of the Regina like a realistic fable of the Dominican one without doors that to open. Without structuring a thematic line in the Dominican films "One Way Ticket" determined the tone of the marginality like a constant in the Dominican cinema. This films had a cost approximated to the 420.000 pesos and the recovery of the investment was slow since the market in that then ones were not prepared to receive a creole product.
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