Job Life by Roberto I. Ercolalo  *30 Seconds Trailer* - Award-Winning Short Film
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Roberto I. Ercolalo

Job Life by Roberto I. Ercolalo *30 Seconds Trailer* - Award-Winning Short Film

"JOB LIFE" - 30 seconds Trailer Cortometraje Argentino, Buenos Aires 2018. 90+ Distinciones Internacionales - Proyectado en 18 Países Website: www.robertoercolalo.com Guión & Dirección: Roberto I. Ercolalo Música: Ludwig Van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Schubert y Tomás Alegre Intérprete: Tomás Alegre Coro: Victoria Korenblit Con: Javier Piazza, Fernando Beracochea, Belén Sevillano. _________________ "¿Por qué blanco y negro? La elección del blanco y negro está relacionada con la introspectiva del protagonista y está destinada a reflejar su angustia y depresión. Como todas las cosas, al ir usándose, tienden a perder su brillo o color: "Javier", al perder los valores esenciales del ser humano, debido a la opresión laboral, comienza a ver su entorno en una escala de grises; atrapado allí, vemos los paisajes en los tonos deprimentes en los que él los vive. Entendiendo el blanco y el negro como Principio y Fin, respectivamente, la película muestra al protagonista debatiendo consigo mismo dicho ciclo. Anhelando salir de esa tibia escala, busca algo definido: el final. El Blanco y Negro fue usado como otro personaje más en la historia, su elección fue de gran importancia para la trama". -- "Why Black and White? The choice of black and white is related to the protagonist’s introspective and it was meant to reflect his anguish and depression. As all things, when used, they tend to lose their brightness or color: ‘Javier’ as he loses the essential values of the human being, due to labour oppression, he begins to see his surroundings on a grayscale; trapped there, we see the landscapes in depressing tones in which he lives. Understanding white and black as beginning and end respectively, the film shows the protagonist debating with himself such cycle. Longing to get out of that tepid scale, he looks for something defined: the end. Black and White was used as another character in the story, its choice was of great importance to the plot." ____________________ Sinopsis Español: Un empleado promedio, agobiado por la depresión y la soledad causadas por las exigencias laborales de su jefe, y la eterna rutina en la que se encuentra encarcelada su vida. Desesperado, se permite soñar con un ápice se libertad. Atrapado en una gama de grises, intenta romper con la opresión y, con ella, su vacío existencial. Un film narrado entre metáforas. English An averange employee burdened by depression and loneliness, caused by the job demands of his boss and the eternal routine in which his life is imprisioned. Desperate, he allows himself to dream with an iota of freedom. Trapped in a range of grays, he tries to break with oppression and, with it, his existential emptiness. Film narrated between metaphors. All rights reserved - Job Life
"Job Life" The first short film of Roberto I. Ercolalo (Argentine 2018)
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"Job Life" The first short film of Roberto I. Ercolalo (Argentine 2018)

"JOB LIFE" by Roberto I. Ercolalo Argentine Short Film made with a Handycam - Buenos Aires 2018. 100+ Internationals Laurels - Screened in 18 countries. * The most winning experimental short film in the world 2018/2019 * IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8472474/... FilmAffinity: https://www.filmaffinity.com/ar/film8... Awardss (fragment): - Winner of "Best Experimental Film" in Hoolywood, USA (IMDb Official) - Winner of "Best Experimental Film" in Indiana, USA - Winner of "Best First Time Director" in Warsaw, Poland (IMDb Official) - Winner of "Best First Time Director" in Hoolywood, USA (IMDb Official) - WInner of "Certificate of Excellence" in Delhi, India, - WInner of "Certificate of Excellence" in Noida, India, - Winner of "Best Short Script" in Bloomington, USA - Winner of "Best Message Awards in Delhi, India - Winner of "Best Soundtrack" in Cluj-Napoca, Romania - Winner of "Most Viewed Film" in DMOFF, USA - Winner of "Best Actor" in Lake View International Film Festival (India) - Winner of "Special Mention" in Melkbos Short Film Festival (South Africa) Full list: www.robertoercolalo.com/awards _________________ "Why Black and White? The choice of black and white is related to the protagonist’s introspective and it was meant to reflect his anguish and depression. Like all things, when used, they tend to lose their brightness or color: ‘Javier’ as he loses the essential values of the human being, due to labor oppression, he begins to see his surroundings on a grayscale; trapped there, we see the landscapes in depressing tones in which he lives. Understanding white and black as beginning and end respectively, the film shows the protagonist debating with himself such cycle. Longing to get out of that tepid scale, he looks for something defined: the end. Black and White were used as another character in the story, its choice was of great importance to the plot." Has been selected and screened in more than 50 international festivals and projected in 18 Countries.