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Crumbs (2015)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery | November 2015 (USA)
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Our figurine sized supermen hero embarks on an epic surreal journey that will take him across the Ethiopian post apocalyptic landscape in search of a way to get on the hovering spacecraft that for years has become a landmark in the skies.

Director:

Miguel Llansó

Writers:

Miguel Llansó, Daniel Worku (translation)
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Cast overview:
Daniel Tadesse ... Candy
Quino Piñero Quino Piñero ... Nazi
Selam Tesfayie Selam Tesfayie ... Sayat (as Salem Tesfaye)
Mengistu Berhanu Mengistu Berhanu ... Shop Owner
Getu Fixa Getu Fixa ... Horse Rider
Nebeyu Bekele Nebeyu Bekele ... Horse Rider 2
Shitaye Abraha Shitaye Abraha ... Witch (as Shitay Abreha)
Tsegaye Abegaz Tsegaye Abegaz ... Santa Claus
Girma Gebrehiwot Girma Gebrehiwot ... The Man Who Listens
Shambel Basha Getachew Shambel Basha Getachew ... Warrior
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Crumbs is a Spanish-Ethiopian Science fictional love story. Tired of picking up the crumbs of gone-by civilizations, Candy dreams his life away when not living in a state of perpetual fear. Beautiful visuals and landscapes of Ethiopia create an mysterious world. The director's short with the same actor was in competition in Locarno, CRUMBS had a WP in Rotterdam Bright Futures.

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ethiopia | mask | swastika | rail | sword | See All (24) »

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A romantic surreal post-apocalyptic adventure in Ethiopia.


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Country:

Spain | Ethiopia | Finland

Language:

Amharic | Afrikaans

Release Date:

November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mrvice See more »

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Ethiopia See more »

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€200,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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At first, 'Crumbs' was a commercial theatrical release in USA, in two cities: New York (Cinema Village, October/15) for 7 days and Alburquerque (Guild Cinema, October/15) for 4 days. See more »

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Features Süpermen Dönüyor (1979) See more »

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Short, Surreal Oddity from Ethiopia
3 August 2015 | by AlisonSee all my reviews

Centuries after the apocalypse, the malformed Candy (Daniel Tadesse) loves beautiful young Birdy (Selam Tesfaye) and she loves him too. But Candy is troubled: he thinks the strange spaceship hanging in the sky is starting to operate again, and in the bowling alley where he and Birdy live, some of the ball-returning mechanisms have also started working, all by themselves. Candy hopes that the local witch can help him make sense of these signs, but she tells him that he must travel to the far-away city to find Santa Claus, who is the only one who can tell him what to do. So Candy starts off on his strange quest, while Birdy stays home and daydreams that her unborn child has been fathered by a more perfect specimen than Candy....

This is a very strange film, in which a photo of Michael Jordan on the b-ball court is a shrine, a Michael Jackson vinyl LP is venerated and cheap plastic toys are precious items to be bartered for enough money to perhaps earn passage on the spaceship to, well, wherever the ship might be going. I can't say that I understood it really at all, but it was an interesting film nonetheless. We in the West don't often see Ethiopian landscapes, which is more varied than I would have thought, and the characters are all engaging in their own, strange ways. It's a very short film at 68 minutes, and worth your time to check out, if only for its oddity.


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