The famous Mexican actor and director, Gael Garcia Bernal, arrived in Serbia, and a bit after 4 p.m., landed by helicopter on Drvengrad in Mokra Gora to the fourth International Film and Music Festival Kustendorf. Accompanied by his friend and one of the coauthors of the movie Revolución, Gerardo Naranja, a visibly good-humored Bernal talked to the gathered journalists. In response to what he expects from this festival, Bernal announced,
- I expect to see a lot of good movies, to have a good time at the concerts, and to meet interesting people. Basically, I think that we will have a great time here!
Accompanied by the host and founder of the festival, Emir Kusturica, Bernal walked around the village, talked to the festival’s visitors, and took photos with fans.
On the last festival day, Revolución will be shown – a unique omnibus in which ten leading Mexican film authors reassess the significance of the Mexican Revolution for young people today in their own short films. Bernal’s short film, Lucio, and Naranjo’s R-100 create this diverse and impressionistic compilation that presents this important moment in history, that still pervades in modern society.