Pablo and Diego are brothers who work as dishwashers at a local bar and play soccer in the afternoons. On the way home from practice one day, Diego is the victim of a hit and run. Pablo and his widowed mother are unable to pay for the surgeries needed to keep Diego alive, which prompts Pablo to recruit a team of eclectic friends and enter a soccer tournament to win the $100,000 peso prize money and pay for his brother’s life-saving surgeries.
All for Diego
Drama, Sports, 96'
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Is a Mexican screenwriter, director and producer. At age 17, Flatow moved to the United States to study film and literature at Kenyon College. He then went on to earn an MFA at New York University (NYU) where he studied Creative Writing and Screenwriting. He then moved to Los Angeles to write and direct for film and television and shot several short films. With the idea of making VA POR DIEGO, he moved to Tuxtla Gutiérrez to write the script and start pre-production. He shot the movie in the winter of 2019 and edited it himself during the pandemic. The film debuted at the 19th Morelia International Film Festival in October 2021 and in January 2022 it won the "Best Mobile Film Feature" Award from the Cannes World Film Festival. For television, Flatow has created an English series on finance which he has sold to a Studio level and is due to be announced imminently.