A Country’s Fate Lies with Seven Call Girls in Fernando Mamari’s Blood Window Work in Progress ‘Niobe’

A Country’s Fate Lies with Seven Call Girls in Fernando Mamari’s Blood Window Work in Progress ‘Niobe’
The most colorful contributor to this year’s Ventana Sur Blood Window Works in Progress section, where it won the Chemistry Award for post-production services, is “Niobe,” a high-octane dark comedy thriller set in a fictitious South American country run by a group of ruthless men.

Pajé Produções Culturais founder Fernando Mamari produces and directs the film, set at a high-profile party where executive John hires a group of luxury call girls as entertainment for a clandestine meeting between several major players in the worlds of business and politics, including a head of state, to work out a plan meant to exploit an indigenous territory for the minerals which can be found there. As things begin to unravel, the future of a country falls into the hands of seven prostitutes not afraid of exploiting an opportunity.

Mixing elements of ‘50s culture, a broad color pallet and a wide range of music,
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