World Highlights: astonishing films from all around the globe arrive to #LosCabos7

World Highlights, composed of a selection of the most inspiring voices of today’s world cinema, will be screened between November 7th & November 11th as part of the 7th edition of the Los Cabos International Film Festival program.

Willem Dafoe offers a striking characterization of Vincent Van Gogh under the passionate direction of Julian Schnabel in At Eternity’s Gate. László Nemes makes a critical review of European history through an untamable protagonist in Sunset. Jafar Panahi explores the modern-day feminine condition in Three Faces, filmed despite the prohibition imposed by the Iranian Government. After winning the Un Certain Regard award, Ali Abbasi seeks the nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars with Swedish film Border, an elegant and obscure love story between two trolls.

The Festival is proud to present for the first time in Mexico these most anticipated film premieres, which come from all four corners of the world and are part of the complete program that the #LosCabos7 will present from Wednesday, November 7th to Sunday, November 11th at Cinemex Puerto Paraíso in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.

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Three Faces
Dir. Jafar Panahi

A renowned actress abruptly abandons the film set after receiving a desperate message from a country girl who is risking her life in order to follow her dream of studying acting at the Tehran conservatory.

Dir. Julian Schnabel
Artist Vincent Van Gogh travels to the south of France looking for sunshine. There, he finishes seventy-five paintings in eighty days. At Eternity’s Gate tells the story of the artist’s last days in a vivid, sensitive, but also passionate and intense way.
Dir. Ali Abbasi
When Tina meets Vore, she discovers they are both trolls, a species that has always suffered human exploitation. But as she starts to discover the possibilities of a life of freedom, she also senses that her new friend is hiding another secret.
Dir. Lázsló Nemes
Írisz arrives to Budapest looking for a job at a prestigious hat boutique which used to belong to her late parents. There, she discovers that she has a mysterious and vicious brother, Kálmán, whose mission in life is to ruin the business at the peak of Austria-Hungary’s decadence.