THE MOVING PICTURE MAN or EL CINE SOY YO, in Spanish, is the
story of Jacinto, a film projectionist, a child called Manuel - his alter ego - and Juliet, a lovely, unconventional
young French woman.
Jacinto having practiced many professions
(very usual in our underdeveloped country) he becomes a policeman, then a street vendor and photographer. But the man is not
contented by what life has had in store for him and he decides to become a moving picture projectionist.
Venezuelan “homme á tout faire” converts his truck into a “ROLLING WHALE”.
You know, he is a creative man... he does not give up, and his imagination goes faster than his reality.
story is the tender, cruel and romanesque adventures of an unusual family rolling along inside an “autovisual
El Cine Soy Yo (The Moving Picture Man). Venezuela
- Francia, 1977.
A film by: Luis Armando Roche
Screenplay: Luis Armando Roche y Fabrice Hélion
Films C.A. (Venezuela) y Dimage-FR3 (Francia)
Cinematography: Jimmy Glasberg
Meléndez, Juliet Berto, Alvaro Roche, Domingo del Castillo, Fredyy Galavis.