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Time Share (Tiempo Compartido)

Florida Premiere

DIRECTED BY Sebastian Hofmann

Country: Mexico
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Original Title: Tiempo Compartido

Running Time: 88min
Film Year: 2017
Category: Knight Competition

Fresh from its triumphant Sundance debut, R.J. Mitte (Breaking Bad) and Luis Gerardo Méndez (Club of Crows) star in this ingeniously creepy comedy from Mexican writer-director Sebastián Hofmann (MFF’13’s Halley) about two men who begin to suspect that their idyllic getaway is part of a nefarious conspiracy.

Pedro and Andrés settle into their tropical resort hotel, seeking nothing more than some chill time with their respective families. But it quickly becomes evident that something is seriously amiss at this branch of the Everfields International Family, an American hospitality conglomerate. The men see something that no one else does: Everfields is secretly scheming to take their families away—and they’re not going to take this lying down.

Crafting major entertainment from a chilling premise, Hofmann follows his unlikely heroes as they embark on a valiant crusade to rescue their loved ones from a paradise built in hell.

This film is also featured in the 2018 Film Festival’s HBO Ibero American Competition film category.


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Director: Sebastian Hofmann
Producer: Julio Chavezmontes
Screenwriter: Julio Chavezmontes, Sebastian Hofmann

Music: Giorgio Giampà
Cinematographer: Matias Penachino
Editor: Sebastian Hofmann

Cast: RJ Mitte, Luis Gerardo Méndez, Andrés Almeida, Miguel Rodarte, Cassandra Ciangherotti

Sebastian Hofmann

Sebastián Hofmann is a filmmaker from Mexico City. He received a BFA from the Pasadena Art Center College of Design. His feature debut Halley (12) screened at the Miami Film Festival, was nominated for several awards, including the Ariel for Best First Film. Time Share (18) is his second feature.