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Bac Films International has picked up sales duties on "The Ardor," an Amazon-set feature from director, Pablo Fendrik. Gael Garcia Bernal, left, and Alice Braga will star in this modern day Western, which is being sold at this week's American Film Market. Bernal will play an Amazon shaman who seeks revenge in the jungle after witnessing an attack. The film is due to start filming in March. Bac's Afm slate also includes Baltasar Kormakur's real life survival tale "The Deep," which is Iceland's entry for the 2013 foreign film Oscars. Other films that »
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The story involves a one-night stand which leads to a baby and a stand-off between two sudden parents about what they want from each other and themselves. [Source: Deadline]
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A modern tale of survival and revenge… This already sounds like a pretty cool description for the movie which will mark Pablo Fendrik‘s follow-up to his 2008 Blood Appears. And, as you already see in our title, two great names are attached to star in the whole thing – Gael Garcia Bernal and Alice Braga! Check out the rest of this report for more info!
The Ardor will center on a lone Amazon shaman, played by Garcia-Bernal, who comes across a humble tobacco farmer, and his beautiful daughter (I guess that girl is Braga). When a band of deforesters attack the tobacco farm, the daughter is kidnapped and forced to watch her father being brutally killed.
According to director Fendrick, this movie is a personal but action-packed Western, which will help us understand the struggle between man and nature, in a dazzling environment increasingly destroyed by deforestation.
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