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THE PRINCE

by Sebastián Muñoz

synopsis

Chile, 1970. During a night of heavy drinking, Jaime, a lonely 20-year-old young man, stabs his best friend in what seems a passion outburst. Sentenced to prison, he meets “The Stallion”, an older and respected man in whom he finds protection, and from whom he learns about love and loyalty. Behind bars, Jaime becomes “The Prince”. But as their relationship grows stronger, “The Stallion” faces the violent power struggles within the prison.

international title: The Prince
original title: El Príncipe
country: Chile, Argentina, Belgium
sales agent: Patra Spanou Film
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Sebastián Muñoz
film run: 96'
screenplay: Luis Barrales, Sebastián Muñoz
cast: Juan Carlos Maldonado, Alfredo Castro, Gastón Pauls, Sebastián Ayala, Lucas Balmaceda, Cesare Serra, José Antonio Raffo
cinematography by: Enrique Stindt
film editing: Danielle Fillios
art director: Claudia Gallardo
costumes designer: Carolina Espina
music: Ángela Acuña
producer: Marianne Mayer-Beckh
co-producer: Roberto Doveris, Nicolas Grosso, Federico Sando Novo, Griselda Gonzales, Mark Rees
production: Be Revolution Pictures, El Otro Film (CL), Niña Niño Films (CL), Le Tiro (AR)
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