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Published on Jan 29, 2009
Gino Rubert. Delirio de Pasión is about sexist prejudices and misogenous behaviours with which soap operas bomb our culture, getting to finally define our margins of tolerance towards these. The film is built by a series of photographs from the fifties, sixties and seventies of class B films, mixed with other more recent ones, and with paintings by gino rubert. Some of these images are animated. The audio is mounted by pieces taken from latin american soapoperas such as: La Gata Salvaje, Machos o Pobre Diabla. The apparently incoherent and chaotic order in which images and voices follow, permits us to submerge in the melodrama without the emotional implication by which we are normally drawn into by the common commercial movie language in which each character is associated with a certain voice and face. The kind of frenetic rythmn contributes to an easy and more aseptic and less implicated view from which to possibly remember on one hand the universality of our feelings and basic behaviour and on the other the lightness of social responsibility with which theses are typified and commercialized in the media.