The Most Important Thing in Life

Director: Casa de Cinema

Institute History

  • 1991 Sundance Film Festival


“A” discovers that A is being betrayed by B, and contracts C to kill B. D tries to persuade C not to honor the contract and looks for E’s help. But each has a different view of what the most important thing in life is. This film is a student collaboration in a course taught by the members of Casa De Cinema in which eacjh student directed one shot.

— Alberto Garcia

Screening Details

  • Section: Images of Mexico and Latin America
  • Film Type: Dramatic Short
  • Country: Brazil
  • Run Time: 12 min.


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