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dir. Andrew Bujalski



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Sinopsis

"Danny's life is about to take a turn: he moves to Austin and is granted an inheritance that makes him very rich. Despite this, Danny is not well and gives into the execeses of life. One day, with the exucse of losing weight, he starts going to a gym where he meets Trevor, the owner, and Kat, a good looking instructor. The three of them are set in building their bodies but forgert about building their hearts and minds. Andrew Bujalski, one of the most renowned indie film directors in the United States, changes scenarios, from the ""intelectual"" in his latter movies, to a gym in order to offer a comedy that premiered at Sundance. "

Director / Andrew Bujalski Screenplay / Andrew Bujalski Production / Houston King, Sam Slater Production Companies / Burn Later Productions, Houston King Productions Cinematography / Matthias Grunsky Editing / Robin Schwartz Original Score / Justin Rice Sound / Eric Masunaga Cast / Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker, Constance Zimmer

Andrew Bujalski

Boston, 1977. Actor, director and screenwriter. His debut feature film, Funny Ha Ha (2002), was listed by ,the film critic A.O Scott, as one the most importan films of the decade. In his filmography appear movies such as Mutual Apretiation (2005) and Computer Chess (2013). He has teach the cinematography production at Boston University.

Filmografia

  • 2018 —  Support the Girls
  • 2015 — Amor en forma
  • 2013 — Computer Chess
  • 2009 — Beeswax
  • 2007 — Peoples House
  • 2002 — Funny Ha Ha
  • 2005 — Mutual Appreciation


Festivales y Premios

  • 2015 Festival Internacional de Cine de Cleveland
  • 2015 Festival de Cine de Sundance
  • 2015 Festival de Cine Capital City
  • 2015 South by Southwest
  • 2015 Festival Internacional de Cine de Dallas

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«Amor en forma, de Andrew Bujalski, ofrece una mirada empática a la obsesión por el fitness. Tres personajes que persiguen objetivos bien definidos encuentran lo que están buscando solo cuando se han perdido: algo similar a lo que ocurre en algunas producciones de cine».
– Fernanda Solórzano: Letras Libres

«Hay cintas en las que, en un minuto, pasa de todo. Y otras en que, en dos horas, no pasa nada.Hay el cine de acción asfixiante yabrumador, y aquel que flojea entre conversaciones. Amor en Forma es de esas películas que se toman su tiempo».
– Adriana Fernández:Reforma

«A diferencia de sus camaradas que también hacen comedias románticas de bajo presupuesto, Bujalski tiene el ingrediente secreto que en lo que sea que haga después: observa los extraños defectos en sus personajes, y le gusta verlos»
– Michael Pihllips: Chicago Tribune

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