«Trauma» by Lucio A. Rojas tells the brutal story of a group of women stalked and outraged by two men, whos evil proceeds from the dark past of Chile, in a film that has provoked great controversy among those who have seen it.
“Trauma”, by Lucio A. Rojas, will have its worldwide premiere by the end of October, in Morbido Fest of México when it begins its journey through international festivals. The movie presented it progress in the last versión of Cannes Festival (Marché du Filme, Blood Window), in which it had great reception among the audience and were its extreme violence and visceral scenes left no one indiferent.
“Trauma” is a “rape & revenge” and digs in the dark past of the sothernmost latin country with the story of four young women which are attacked by a disturbed man and his son on a weekend trip. It is starred by Catalina Martin, Daniel Antivilo, Macarena Carrere, Ximena del Solar, Felipe Ríos, Dominga Bofill, Alejandro Trejo, Max Torres, Claudio Riveros y Eduardo Paxeco.
As Lucio A. Rojas explains: “’Trauma’ is s raw movie, tough, violent, dramatic. Altough by some of its elements it could get closet o the explotation cinema, we went quite further. Some villians which are not from the present, but other times of Chile’s history. The content is extreme, visceral, strictly for people over 18. But it was the only way to tell a story of this sort”
“Trauma” was filmed between November and December 2016, its the third movie by Lucio A. Rojas, whos previous film, “Sendero”, had its international premiere at SITGES international ferstival in 2015, and was released globally via Netflix mid-December 2016.