How the Chilean identity was embodied in the “Star Wars: Visions” brief, according to its director
“into the stars” is the title given by the Chilean studio to the short film bankrobot which belongs to the anthology series “Star Wars: Visions Vol. 2”.
Directed by Gabriel OsorioOscar-winning short film director Bear storyThe production focuses on two sisters, cutin And Tichinawho live hidden in their afflicted land. The two argue about how to survive the Empire’s invasion.
in conversation with radio stylethe production screenwriter referred to the Chilean identity that he sought to capture in a chapter of the famous Star Wars series.
Part of what I’ve always loved about the universe is the Force […] Strength for us is this metaphor for our roots finally, and that’s what the acronym is about,” says Osorio.
“If you look, Koten is this character who doesn’t want to go back to her roots, who doesn’t want to look back. In a way I feel like I’m reflected in her, I feel in her like this vision that we Chileans have, that we forget about ourselves and Tichina, on the other hand, is The sister who is pulling her to those roots, by metaphorizing the Force, has to remember how to use the Force,” she adds.
Osorio asserts that with this production they wanted to separate “Enjoy a little more life off screen” He adds that “we wanted to make sure that when you’re done watching it, you’ll keep thinking more.”
“Star Wars: Visions Vol. 2,” Available at Disney +, brings together animation studios from around the world. Spain, Ireland, England, South Korea, France, India, Japan, South Africa and the United States participate in the second season. Chile is the only representative of Latin America.
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