Krisstian de Lara’s film poster Limbo gets released this month. Limbo is an intriguing film about Susana who is on the verge of ending her marriage when she finds hope from a one day romance that reshapes her definition of love. When Susana is at the most vulnerable stage of her life, she encounters a stranger who gains her trust and subsequently helps her feel loved again. This journey enables her to realize what love really is and to encounter the biggest question of her marriage, is love providing for you or companionship? The poster image comes directly from the scene that captures this specific and special moment in the story.
“This image contains more than meets the eye. In the background Fernando playfully pulls Susana to the beach but in the foreground lies Susana’s diary which has the divorce letter that she is planning to give to her husband that night. Such beautiful symbolism yet so problematic and dramatic to Susana’s story.” Krisstian de Lara says in an online interview through Kn2s Productions via kn2s.com after the launch date of the official poster. Such powerful imagery that Krisstian describes as,
Breathtaking. After watching this film the audience will connect with Susana when Fernando tells her ‘either live now or never!’ KRISSTIAN DE LARA
Krisstian de Lara would like to especially thank Ciudad de la Luz Studios and the University of Miami for the efforts and support in the creation of Limbo.
Click here to watch the trailer.
Below are the official poster credits:
Kn2s Productions Presents ‘Limbo’ | A Film by Krisstian de Lara | Starring Eulalia Moreno, Fernando Corral and Paco Torres | Director of Photography Krisstian de Lara | Casting by Kn2s Productions | Assistant Director Lu Liu | Camera Operator Dong Kyu Lee | Lighting Design Fernando Matas and Jorge Sacristan | Make Up Raffaella Morello | Sound Design Benjamin Chan | Film Editing by Krisstian de Lara | Written by Alison Vande Bunte | Produced and Directed by Krisstian de Lara | © 2014 Kn2s Productions | Ciudad de la Luz | University of Miami School of Communication Motion Pictures