”So Foul A Sky” is a cinematographic meditation on the fragile and conictive relationship between the citizen and a state that has ceased to provide meaning, future and identity. Taking as a starting point certain sensibilities of Joseph Conrad's magnus opus, “Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard” (1904), this film finds in contemporary Venezuela an illustration of a nation-state on the brink of political, economic and foremost symbolic collapse.
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