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Ron Hopper's Misfortune / La Desgracia de Ron Hopper

USA / Spain 2020
produced by
Juan Pablo Samaniego, Martin Luna, Daniel Antelo, Franky Lankester, Jaime Falero for La Ira Film
directed by Jaime Falero
starring Vinnie Jones, Alyssa Lozovskaya, Sam Medina, Franky Lankester, Román Reyes, Paco Arana, Jesús Guillermo Peraza Marrero, Zoe Luna, Jose Manuel de Cea, Juan Antonio Estévez, María Hierro, Karina Rivera, Manolo García, Martín Luna, Daniel Antelo, Eduardo de Cobos Abrey, Biondolillo Pascal, Philipp Müller Klug, Israel González Rodríguez Hernández, Leiko Krahe (voice)
written by Jaime Falero, music by Ivan Palomares, visual effects by Carlos Zaera

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sara (Alyssa Lozovskaya) pays a visit to a run-down mechanical workshop for an interview with Ron (Vinnie Jones), a scarred and mysterious man who likes to talk in riddles - something she seems to have come prepared for, so at first their conversation is a bit strained by both playing their hands close to their chests. However, once they open up to one another, at first ever so slightly, their conversation starts to go places - and suddenly it becomes clear that there's more to things than just a plain interview, that the workshop is more than just a workshop, Ron more than just a guy who likes to shroud himself in mystery, and Sara more than just an ambitious and innocent young woman looking for answers. Sara and Ron's fondness for one another grows over the course of their conversation - but they really have to rely on one another, as what they say and do might decide over life and death ...


A very unusual film as it only gradually lets one in on what it's about, and by doing so takes the audience through many a fantasy world, changing its visual style ever so often (without ever giving up the overall homogenity of the film), and often using associations as narrative means, which makes quite fascinating storytelling. And the movie's rich visuals throughout make it a feast for the eyes while both Vinnie Jones and Alyssa Lozovskaya manage to keep things grounded enough to keep things relatable - and a rather enjoyable watch.


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