Director: Gonzalo Calzada
Writer: Gonzalo Calzada (Screenplay)
Starring: Marilu Marini, Pepe Soriano
Plot: A woman narrates the final night on earth of a 100-year old man, whom fights for redemption from his life’s misdeeds.
Runtime: 1 Hour 7 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Thoughts on Nocturna: Side B – Where the Elephants Go to Die
Thoughts – Nocturna: Side B – Where the Elephants Go to Die is another perspective of the events of the Side A, with a narration, music and different style used for the film, like we are looking back through a memory catalogue. This is another unique way to look at a movie, despite having the same story, it will amaze seeing how it could be seen in a different way. How many films would you like to see from a different angle, this offers that up. The negative from this does come from the fact it is nothing more in story, just the spin on the first vision of the film.
Final Thoughts – Nocturna: Side B – Where the Elephants Go to Die is nice spin on seeing a story from a different angle.