Based on a recent controversial real-life case, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING is an unsettling and morally ambiguous suspense drama by Sundance-winning Chilean director Alejandro Fernández Almendras (To Kill a Man), one of the hottest helmers in Latin America. 

 

A sexy, surprising, provocative and socially engaged film shot at stunning natural locations in Chile. 

 

Selected at the WORLD CINEMA COMPETITION section in the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.

 

Selected at the PANORAMA section in the BERLINALE 2016.


 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Suspense, drama / 2016 / Spanish / Completed / Chile

 

SYNOPSIS


Vicente is a young, reckless loner who comes back to his parents’ beach house after a year studying in LA. One of those random nights of downing shots and chasing girls changes his life forever when Vicente becomes the prime suspect in a hit-and-run that kills a local fisherman.

 

Vicente was wasted. His memories are a blur. Yes, he was in the car, but he swears he wasn’t driving. And what’s worse, the guy he remembers being behind the wheel is the son of a powerful politician. A tangled web of lies engulfs the truth, crushing out a  social scandal before it can begin.

 

 

 

CREW

 

CAST

Director

Alejandro Fernández Almendras (To Kill a Man)

 

Production Companies

Jirafa (Huacho)

Pedro Fontaine

 

 

 

Agustín Silva (Nasty Baby)

 

Alejandro Goic (The Club)

 

Luis Gnecco (Neruda)