‘Nobody’s Watching’ Helmer Julia Solomonoff Prepares ‘Thirst’ (Exclusive)

‘Nobody’s Watching’ Helmer Julia Solomonoff Prepares ‘Thirst’ (Exclusive)
Julia Solomonoff, whose “Nobody’s Watching” won best actor for Guillermo Pfening at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, is preparing her next feature, “Sed” (“Thirst”).

Starring Rafael Ferro (“Los Internacionales”), “Thirst” will be unveiled at the Bal-Lab Co-Production Forum, which runs from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 at the 2020 Biarritz Latin American Festival. Laura Huberman (“Alanis” “Implosion”) will produce.

Also written by Solomonoff, “Thirst” turns on a truck driver (Ferro) in Ushuaia, in Argentina’s Tierra de Fuego. A few months short of retirement, he loses his job. Stealing his truck he heads up north, in search of his young son, who disappeared a year before on Argentina-Paraguay border.

A road movie, charting a physical and inner journey which Solomonoff calls “metaphysical,” “Thirst” takes the lorry driver from Patagonia to the Pampas and on to villages in a sub-tropical jungle.

Secrets, lies and guilt will “blend with recurring optical illusions in the reverberating flat horizon or the lush landscapes,
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