The Sky Belongs To No One

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Medusa
3Below, San Jose Tue, Aug 16 2:30 PM
Clemence looks after her sister Romane, who was disabled in a car accident as a teen. But, when Clemence returns home one night with her new boyfriend, Guillaume, and he begins to form a bond with Romane, the bonds the sisters have created begin to crack and force new decisions.
Medusa
Pruneyard Cinemas Sat, Aug 27 11:30 AM
Clemence looks after her sister Romane, who was disabled in a car accident as a teen. But, when Clemence returns home one night with her new boyfriend, Guillaume, and he begins to form a bond with Romane, the bonds the sisters have created begin to crack and force new decisions.
Medusa
Pruneyard Cinemas Mon, Aug 29 2:45 PM
Clemence looks after her sister Romane, who was disabled in a car accident as a teen. But, when Clemence returns home one night with her new boyfriend, Guillaume, and he begins to form a bond with Romane, the bonds the sisters have created begin to crack and force new decisions.
Film Info
Type of Film/Event:Music Video
Runtime (minutes):7
Premiere Status:SF-San Jose Bay Area Premiere
Original Langauge:Spanish
Subtitles (Language):English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Karen Marti
Matias Contreras
Iago Curiel
Yolanda Legazpi
Victor Martinez
Director:Manuel Del Valle
Executive Producer:Dnomada
Producer(s):Edgar Cortes Campoy
Amaury Jonguitud
Manuel Del Valle
Joaquin Guerra
Screenwriter:Manuel Del Valle
Cinematography:Christpher Sinneman
Music By:Dnomada
Editor:Sergio Bahuer

Description

Following the tragic and inevitable death of her son, Celeste - an astrologer of many talents - steals the sun to adopt it as her new beloved son. After this incident, the world enters a long night and the sun takes the form of a hot, bright silhouette of an eight-year-old boy.


In order not to be discovered and to prevent her new son from burning or dazzling someone, Celeste builds them a heat-isolating metallic suit. In this peculiar music video, the sun will try to fit in into his new way of living, while Celeste learns to let it go where it belongs: The Sky.