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Alamar -- Before their inevitable farewell, a young man of Mayan roots and Natan, his half Italian son, embark on an epic journey into the open sea.

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Writer:
Pedro González-Rubio (screenplay)
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Release Date:
14 July 2010 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Before their inevitable farewell, a young man of Mayan roots and Natan, his half Italian son, embark on an epic journey into the open sea. | Add synopsis »
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10 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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Fishing with Natan See more (24 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Pedro González-Rubio 
 
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Pedro González-Rubio  screenplay

Produced by
Pedro González-Rubio .... producer
Jaime Romandia .... producer
 
Original Music by
Diego Benlliure 
 
Cinematography by
Pedro González-Rubio 
 
Film Editing by
Pedro González-Rubio 
 
Production Design by
Pedro González-Rubio 
 
Production Management
Øyvind Stiauren .... post-production supervisor
Joakim Ziegler .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Manuel Carranza .... sound recordist
Paulina Márquez .... sound producer
Adrián Reynoso .... sound editor
Emmanuel Romero .... sound designer
Rodolfo Romero .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
Raul Luna .... visual effects artist
Rodrigo Santoyo .... visual effects artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Torres Castilla .... underwater photographer
Alexis Zabe .... underwater photographer
 
Editorial Department
Edna Beatriz Cruz Miranda .... post-production assistant
Alan Durán Alatorre .... post-production assistant
Raul Luna .... color grading
 
Music Department
Uriel Esquenazi .... composer: theme music
 

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  • Lupe Post  digital intermediate
  • Terminal  post-production supervision and services

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"To the Sea" - Canada (English title) (festival title), International (English title) (informal literal title)
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73 min
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5 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Fishing with Natan, 7 February 2011
Author: birthdaynoodle from garbanzo

Have you watched 'Fishing with John', John Lurie's tongue-in-cheek series of short documentaries, in each of which he takes one of his celebrity friends (Tom Waits, William Dafoe, Jim Jarmusch, etc.) fishing at an exotic location? This documentary is similar, only it's the real deal... There are no celebrities here and there's no messing around. You're invited to watch three generations of men (the youngest of which is a young boy called Natan) fishing freely off the coast of Mexico. For just over an hour you can forget about Facebook or Twitter, and observe what comes through as a beautiful, surprisingly bare way of life that is intrinsically connected to the wildlife and nature.

Before Natan splits to Rome indefinitely with his Italian mother, his Mexican father and grandpa give the child a taste of what it's like to be a fisherman. Director Pedro González-Rubio does a great job at capturing on film the family's situation and a sense of the kind of memories that Natan is to carry with him across to Europe.

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