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Porcelain Horse 

Javier Andrade

Ecuador, Drama, 2011
100 min, RED, Color
Spanish with English subtitles


Paco Chavez leads a careless and charming life on the coast of Ecuador. He is surrounded by illicit drugs, and engaged in a forbidden love affair with Lucia, his former high school sweetheart, who is now married to another man. One night, he and his younger brother Luis, a punk musician with an even bigger drug problem, enter their parent’s home to steal a porcelain horse to pawn in order to score more drugs. Their father catches them and a fight ensues. The consequences of that fight will haunt both brothers forever, and will change the lives of everyone around them.


Texas Premiere 


Andrade Javier Andrade was born in Portoviejo, Ecuador in 1978. He graduated from San Francisco de Quito University in 2000 with a B.A. in Business and a Minor in Film. He worked as an actor before pursuing an M.F.A. in directing at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Andrade’s first feature PORCELAIN HORSE has won many awards, and his latest project LA CASA DEL RITMO, a concert film about Los Amigos Invisibles is forthcoming.

Producer: María de Los Ángeles Palacios
Production Companies: PUNK S.A
Screenwriter: Javier Andrade
Cinematographer: Chris Teague
Editor: Javier Andrade
Sound Design: Juan José Luzuriaga
Music: Sebastián Game
Cast: Francisco Savinovich, Victor Arauz, Leovanna Orlandini, Alejandro Fajardo, Andrés Crespo

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