Easy Decision

Jorge, a 27-year-old who needs money to pay for his mother´s cancer treatment. To get the money quickly, Jorge asks for help from the person he mocked when they were children, Ricky, the most important drug trafficker in the area.
Jorge commits wrong acts that cause Ricky to take revenge on his mother. Causing him to realize that by making those decisions trying to protect, he ends up hurting the person he loves the most.

  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Christian Márquez
    Key Cast
  • Antonio Saldívar
    Key Cast
  • Amparo Riefkohl
    Key Cast
  • Javier Arturo
    Key Cast
  • Joel Celaya
    Key Cast
  • Martín Orozco
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Decisón Fácil
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    Feature, Short, Student, Web / New Media, Other
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
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  • First-Time Filmmaker Sessions

    Reino Unido
    Lift-Off Sessions Official Selection
Director Biography - Farid Evangelista Gtz.

Born in Mexico City, he studies at the Center Training of Cinematography (CCC, México). He studiedCollege of Literature and Dramatic Arts at UNAM. In 2017 and 2018 he was part of the Community Collective of Cinematographic Creation, a project by the Secretary of Culture MX in conjunction with Faro Aragón, where he made “Easy Decision” short film selected at the Liff-Off Session film festival in the United Kingdom. In 2019, as part of the "Creative Seedling of Cinematographic Creation CDMX", he participated in the animation of the video "Latin America" ​​that was part of the magnoevent "I have a Dream" and of Secretary of Culture and in the realization of the same event. He has participated in various audiovisual projects as producer, director and assistant director.

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Director Statement

After learning that my mom had cancer, I made bad decisions to get the money quickly.

The short film takes as my axis my sentimental experience, but in the same way I wanted to recount the Mexican violence caused by drug trafficking as well as the lack of opportu - nities in health.

I used to think that to stop making things easy I could take the easy decisions but I learned that this only caused me to harm myself and who I was trying to protect.