Adolf El Assal
 

Mano de Dios


Adolf El Assal

Movie writer and producer

 

 

 

Mano de Dios
Adolf El Assal wrote the short movie MANO DE DIOS that tells the story of an Argentinean immigrant living illegally for nearly half his life in Luxembourg. Inspired partly by a quote from the late American auteur Orson Welles, the film depicts a loner who must fight his way out of the illusion that no one else exists around him. Mano de Dios – Director’s Biography
Born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1981, El Assal grew up in Dubai, London and Luxembourg, settling down in the latter city where he set up his production company, Independent Spirit Productions. After making over 60 music videos and mini-documentaries, El Assal shot two “no-budget” features and utilized his guerilla filmmaking skills to write and direct the short Mano de Dios and La Fameuse Route…

'Mano De Dios', short film directed by Adolf El Assal, produced by Independent Spirit Productions.

Synopsis
An Argentinean immigrant living illegally for nearly half his life in Luxembourg must struggle daily for survival. Inspired partly by a quote from the late American auteur Orson Welles, the film depicts a loner who must fight his way out of the illusion that no one else exists around him.

Credits
Written & Directed by Adolf El Assal
Director of Photography: Jeff Kieffer
Art Director: Aude Bertrand
Sound: Christophe Hubert
Steadicam: Raoul Schmitz
Music by Nikkel K

Starring
Godié
Nilton Martins
Sascha Ley
Gilles Soeder
Nytt
Patrizio Conti
Cico
Last' Ar
Finnur dor Thordarson

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