Domingo and the Mist

Cannes 2022
Un Certain Regard
TIFF
2022

Domingo and the Mist

A Film by Ariel Escalante Meza

2022 - Costa Rica/Qatar - Supernatural/Drama - 1.51 - 92 min.

with Carlos Ureña , Sylvia Sossa , Esteban Brenes Serrano & Aris Vindas

Language: Spanish
Produced by Ariel Escalante Meza , Nicolás Wong Diaz , Felipe Zúñiga , Julio Hernández Cordón & Gabriela Fonseca Villalobos

In the tropical mountains of Costa Rica, widower Domingo owns a piece of land which is coveted to build a new highway. When the contractors send in thugs to intimidate the community, the neighbours leave one by one, but Domingo refuses to give in, especially as the land hides a special and mystical secret...

Cannes 2022
Un Certain Regard
TIFF
2022

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