Residente Debuts in "In the Summers" at Sundance Film Festival

The festival highlights Residente's versatility as an artist.
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Residente Debuts in "In the Summers" at Sundance Film Festival

René Pérez Joglar, known as "Residente," is set to make his acting debut in the film "In the Summers," which has been selected for presentation at the renowned Sundance Film Festival. The selection positions the film as one of the most anticipated features at the festival.

Plot Overview

"In the Summers" narrates a compelling story that spans several formative years in the lives of two sisters, Violetas and Eva. They guide their loving but volatile father, Vicente, during his annual summer visits to their home in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

The Storyline

The film delves into the world of the sisters, who spend each summer with their affectionate yet reckless father. While Vicente creates a world filled with wonder, beneath this playful exterior, he struggles with addiction, which slowly diminishes the magical aura and leads to a tragic climax. The narrative explores Vicente's attempt to reclaim the past and the challenges of healing emotional wounds.

Creative Force Behind the Film

"In the Summers" is penned and directed by Alessandra Lacorazza, promising a unique cinematic experience.

Star-Studded Cast

The film features an impressive ensemble cast, including René Pérez Joglar, Sasha Calle, Lío Mehiel, Leslie Grace, Emma Ramos, and Sharlene Cruz, bringing diverse talents and depth to the story.

Production Team

The movie is produced by Alexander Dinelaris, Rob Quadrino, Fernando Rodriguez-Vila, Jan Suter, Daniel Tantalean, Janek Ambros, Lynette Coll, Sergio Alberto Lira, Cristóbal Güell, Cynthia Fernandez De La Cruz, Slava Vladimirov, and Stephanie Yankwitt.

Executive Production

The executive production team comprises Isaac Lee, Henry R. Muñoz III, Richard Saperstein, Brooke Saperstein, and Erik Dout, ensuring a robust backing for this ambitious project.

Closing Thoughts

"In the Summers" emerges as a poignant, thought-provoking film, intertwining themes of family, love, and the complexities of human relationships. The film, bolstered by Residente's debut performance, is poised to leave a significant mark at the Sundance Film Festival and beyond.