This was his before and after in the cinema
After its official screening at the last edition of the Cartagena International Film Festival, this Thursday the film starring Colombian Natalia Reyes: “Tomorrow before after” opens in cinemas in the country.
Directed by Alfonso Quijada, remembered by feature films such as “El suspiro del silencio”, it is a story framed in the fantasy genre, being a co-production of the United States and Canada.
This post-apocalyptic film tells the story of a woman, who appears to be the last survivor after the extinction of humanity. In the company of Lobo, an abandoned dog, you will travel the desolate roads of a world where civilization has come to an end.
Now, not only will she have to fend for herself, but she’ll also have to face an unexpected pregnancy, as bizarre as the fact that she’s spared devastation.
The film represents one of the strongest career challenges for the Colombian, though she’s been part of the cast of other international productions like “Shadow Force,” which is currently in post-production, along with Kerry Washington and Omar Sy; “The Pickpockets” (2018), directed by Peter Weber or the Danish “Brackland” (2018), among others, this is the first film in which he stars, being the only character in the story and bearing all the weight of the acting. his shoulders.
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In Colombia, she starred in the telenovela “Lady la vendedora de rosas” (2015), the short film “El elefante rojo” (2009), and the feature film “Pájaros de verano” (2018), to name a few.
Natalia is one of the Latina actresses with the most international exposure today and the current president of the Colombian Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (ACACC).
It should be noted that this sci-fi film is the beneficiary of the consideration of the Colombia Film Fund, created by Law 1556 of 2012, which makes it possible to offset 40% of the expenses of audiovisual services, provided by Colombian or natural companies. Persons of Colombian nationality and residents of the country, and 20% of the expenses of logistics services in the country.
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