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Rodrigo Plá


Rodrigo Plá was born on June 9, 1968 in Montevideo, Uruguay. He is an assistant director and director, known for Desierto adentro (2008), The Zone (2007) and A Monster with a Thousand Heads (2015). See full bio »

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Desierto adentro Director
(2008)
The Zone Director
(2007)
The Delay Director
(2012)

Filmography

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 1998 Un embrujo (first assistant director)
 1997 Guilt Free (first assistant director)
 1996 Nada personal (TV Series) (assistant director - 120 episodes)
- Episode #1.119 (1996) ... (assistant director)
- Episode #1.118 (1996) ... (assistant director)
- Episode #1.117 (1996) ... (assistant director)
- Episode #1.116 (1996) ... (assistant director)
- Episode #1.115 (1996) ... (assistant director)
 1991 La mujer de Benjamín (second assistant director)
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Personal Quote:

[on his film "Un Monstruo de Mil Cabezas" (A Monster With a Thousand Heads)]

For me, states should regulate the private sector. When we experience realities like Mexico's, where the absence of the state is felt across the board, a certain skepticism is natural. But "Monster" is not a thesis-film. It might suggest ideas, interpretations, but it is a film that follows a few characters, tells a ... See more »

Trivia:

Is married to writer Laura Santullo. She has written the screenplay for all four of his full length feature films, including Un Monstruo de Mil Cabezas (A Monster With a Thousand Heads), which is based on her novel by the same name. [2016].

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