On a cruise ship off the Patagonian coasts, a crewman discovers a magical portal leading into a woman's apartment. Simultaneously, villagers happen upon a frightening concrete hut near their settlement in the Philippines.
Tagesspiegel Jury Award | Berlinale, Germany, 2020
CAST & CREW
Alex Piperno, Esteban Lucangioli, Araquén Rodríguez, Rachel Ellis, Frank Hoeve, Armi Rae Cacanindin
Director of Photography
Alejo Santos, Karen Akerman, Alex Piperno
Inés Bortagaray, Noli Tobol, Daniel Quiroga
La Pobladora Cine, Pelicano Cine, Desvia Produções, Baldr Film, Cinematografica Films
Born 1985, Montevideo. Alex Piperno studied film direction at the Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires. His short films were shown at festivals such as Cannes Critics’ Week, Bafici, Moscow, Huesca, Sao Paulo and Biarritz among others. Window Boy would also Like to Have a Submarine is his first feature film.
The Inviolability of the Domicile Is Based on the Man Who Appears Wielding an Ax at the Door of His House (2011, short), The Zebus (2016, short), Hello to the Fjords! (2016, short), Weep the Headless Madness of These Fields (2019, short), Window Boy Would Also Like to Have a Submarine (2020).