In the mining region of Huanuni in Bolivia, the earth shakes under people’s footsteps, it hides its shattering secrets, it keeps traces from the past, it stands for the common ground between the living and the dead. By following the flustered roaming of Elder, a young orphan living with his grandmother, we sink into the depths of this mineral film. Elder has just lost his father and seeks refuge with his uncle, who introduces him to the difficult work of mining. In the shadows of the underground corridors, he learns the secrets linked to his father’s death. It is in the bowels of the earth that he begins to incorporate the miners’ strange community, and it is there that he will embark upon an initiatory and earth-shattering voyage. (Elena Lopez Riera)
Kiro Russo studied at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. Courts métrages Enterprisse (2010), Juku (2012), Nueva Vida (Entrevues 2015)
Viejo Calaveja is his first feature film.
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Kiro Russo, Gilmar Gonzales
Kiro Russo, Mechi Tenina, Andres Polonsky, Peppo Razari
Kiro Russo, Pablo Paniagua
Kiro Russo, Pablo Paniagua, Gilmar Gonzales (Socavón Cine et S.T.M.M.D.H)