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Bruno Lazaro

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Bruno Lazaro (born 1957 in Madrid, Spain) (Former artistic name Bruno Lazaro Pacheco) is a Canadian-Spanish film director who has written and directed fiction, documentary and experimental films. His most critically acclaimed film is It's For You! / ¡Es para ti! (2004) premiered at the Malaga Film Festival in Spain and screened at international film festivals including Donostia-San Sebastián, Barcelona, São Paulo, and Montevideo.
It's For You! / ¡Es para ti! was described by Variety as a "A miniature techno fable about a twentysomething trying to keep a relationship alive through the healing power of the vidcam, writer-director Bruno Lazaro Pacheco's debut "It's for You!" seeks to describe a trip to the dark side of the soul. But pic works better as a straight-up take on a scruffy post-teen charmer going through a tough time".
French film critic Raphaël Jullien called it "A simple and deeply moving masterpiece!" [1]: "The feeling of authenticity is strengthened by a not inconsiderable part of improvisation – palpable and well done – that tends to compare the movie with John Cassavetes's work. "It's for you!" also seems to be a successful hybrid of theatre and cinema, an heir of a less pretentious and less eccentric underground cinema, and a declaration of love to... so many things! Bruno Lazaro Pacheco seems to enjoy an alternation of rhythms, laughs, tears... and sometimes a kind of contemplation with nearly abstract and purely aesthetic shots: plane tracks in the sky, graffiti..."
His work often explores themes of cultural duality and questions the control of the individual by the state. "My parents were political activists and leaders of the movement against the fascist Franco dictatorship in Spain in the 1960s. This struggle and the clash of cultures at an early age have definitely influenced my work." Bruno Lazaro.
The narrative structure of his films tends towards non-linear, dream-like constructions where an impressionist portrayal of character and action provoke emotional connections to the viewer outside the usual realm of film plot tradition. In 1989, The Traveller was described as "Evokes the works of such masters of modernist existentialism as Andrei Tarkovsky and Wim Wenders." Toronto International Film Festival
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Bruno Lazaroni

Brazilian footballer

  • Desc: Bruno Amorim Lazaroni is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and is the assistant manager of Botafogo.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Lazaroni
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Bruno Lazaro

Canadian-Spanish film director

  • Desc: Bruno Lazaro is a Canadian-Spanish film director who has written and directed fiction, documentary and experimental films. His most critically acclaimed film is It's For You! / ¡Es para ti!
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Lazaro
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 161.93

Watch My Chops

Animated series

  • Desc: Watch My Chops is a French animated series about an intelligent talking dog, Corneil, and his "dog-sitter", Bernie Barges. The series was produced, written, and animated in France, and the English dubbing took place in London at The Sound Company studios.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watch_My_Chops
  • Type: Thing, TVSeries
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