by Juan Antonio Bisonó
Synopsis | Cast & Crew | Technical Information
Mosh, a sixteen year old dancer lives in the slums with her mother and her cousin Geronimo, an aspiring rapper. As her mother’s health worsens and Geronimo gets in trouble with dangerous people, an unexpected visit changes the family‘s fortunes.
MARIA REBECCA DALMASI
OMAR AUGUSTO LUIS
Juan Antonio Bisonó is a Dominican writer and director. He double majored at the University of Miami in English Literature and Motion Pictures, during his studies worked as Managing editor at the Miami Hurricane newspaper. Mosh will be his first feature film.
During my mom’s fight with cancer she asked me to pray for her, knowing I never had. But, for her, I prayed. The prayers stoked a creative fire. I wrote a lot, mostly about a young dancer whose mother had cancer like mine. I wrote about a strange God that is empathic but bizarre, androgynous yet motherly, colourful and elegant.
That is my movie, that is my God, everything at once, but so absurd it might just be a bad joke.
Omar Augusto Luis
Is an experimental hip hop singer and songwriter as well an actor known for Sambá (2017), Cabarete and 50 Primeras Citas (2018).
Is an alumni of the National Dance Academy in contemporary and folkloric dancing as well as at the Elila Mena Music School in Classic Piano.
Is an actress and award winning Theatre director. She is the founder of Maleducadas Collective. Ysabel has directed 6 plays and acted in over 50.
Is an actor and producer, known for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The Crimes of Father Amaro and Narcos
Director & Writer Juan Antonio Bisonó
Producers Juan Antonio Bisonó, Richard Eric Gluski
Cinematographer Gabriel Valencia
Sound Franklin Hernández
Editing JuanJo Cid, Etienne Boussac
Costume Designer Merydiana Perez
Music Acentoh, Medio Picky, Andy
Sound Designer David Hernández
Art Director Ricardo Folch
Original Title: Amor Divino| 100’| Aspect Ratio: 2:40:1| Colour | Audio 5.1| Spanish OV | Dominican Republic 2019
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