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El Principe

The Prince

Chile / Argentina / Belgium 2019
produced by
Marianne Mayer-Beckh (executive), Sebastián Muñoz (executive), Roberto Doveris (executive), Nicolás Grosso (executive), Griselda Gonzalez Gentile (executive) for El Otro Film, Niña Niño Films, Le Tiro Cine, Be Revolution
directed by Sebastián Muñoz
starring Juan Carlos Maldonado, Alfredo Castro, Gastón Pauls, Cesare Serra, Lucas Balmaceda, Sebastián Ayala, José Antonio Raffo, Paola Volpato, Catalina Martin, Nicolás Zárate, Andrés Pozo, Andrés Sanchez, Juan Carlos Corales, Claudio Rodríguez, Juan Ruiz, Oscar Hernández, Paula Zúñiga
written by Luis Barrales, Sebastián Muñoz, music by Ángela Acuña

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Young and inexperienced Jaime (Juan Carlos Maldonado) is sent to prison - for murder out of jealousy as it later turns out - and rather fortunately, he almost immediately attracts the attention of Potro (Alfredo Castro), one of the prison's patriarchs, who of course makes Jaime his bitch, but offers protection in return. Thing is, Jaime, who has long been sexually ambiguous, really enjoys Potro's affections and the two start to take interest in one another that goes beyond sex and ultimately have feelings for one another. But of course, prison's not a good breeding ground for genuine love, and soon their relationship faces challenges, be it young Rucio (Lucas Balmaceda), who has made it his habit to flirt with Jaime, or Che Pibe (Gastón Pauls), who challenges Potro's position as the alpha male. And when Potro finds somebody has hanged his beloved cat, he blows a fuse, and the resulting situation can only end in disaster ...


The Prince is a very unusual movie to say the very least, as it manages to tell an actually very gentle love story on the roughest of terrains a prison, and it really succeeds in making the film's underlying romance palpable without sugarcoating things, but it also keeps things interesting throughout, with tactics like feeding the audience with Jaime's backstory only by the by. And a direction that really finds a good balance between the gentleness and roughness of its story without ever leaning too much to one side or the other, and a strong ensemble really help making this a very compelling and unique movie that definitely deserves a watch.


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