Khavn – Alipato: The Very Brief Life of an Ember (2016)
A bunch of 10-year-old kids rob pedestrians and kill without mercy. But after a failed bank robbery, the dangerous game comes to an end with twenty years of imprisonment. After two decades, they are released but soon begin to disappear one by one.
A feeling of apocalyptic, psychedelic chaos invades any viewer of Khavn’s dazzling and provocative work. The double bill continues with Kvahn further pushing the boundaries of cinema with Alipato, a spirited, futuristic vision of Manila, which might very well have you rethink what a film can be.
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