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I Touched All Your StufF

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A Cinema Slate Release
Directed by Maíra Bühler e Matias Mariani

***Educational DVD Now Available with PPR Rights.***
***Shipped only after September 21, 2015.***

Running time: 91 minutes
Languages: English and Portuguese with English subtitles.
Year: 2015

Synopsis: Winner of the Best Editing award at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival and an official selection at RIDM (Montreal International Documentary Film Festival) and FID Marseille, I Touched All Your Stuff (A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos) tells the story of how Christopher Kirk, an IT technician from Michigan, OH, went from a stable job in Olympia, WA, to a Brazilian prison.

After reading about Pablo Escobar’s hippopotamus in a magazine, Chris Kirk bought a plane ticket to Colombia and decided to start anew in South America. On his first day in Bogotá, he met a beautiful Japanese-Colombian woman named “V,” and the two began a love affair that would culminate in his arrest for drug smuggling in Brazil.

While in jail, Chris Kirk authorized co-directors Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani to retrieve an 80 GB hard-drive that was in his friend’s possession in Seattle. In the drive, were private videos, pictures, emails, and chat exchanges from his time in Colombia — and some of that material is included in I Touched All Your Stuff.

The result is a film that dives deep into Chris Kirk’s complex relationship with “V,” while also revealing something universal about the very nature of storytelling.

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I TOUCHED ALL YOUR STUFF
(A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos)

A Cinema Slate Release
Directed by Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani

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Theatrical Playdates:

August 28, 2015 – New York City (Cinema Village)
August 28, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA (Arena Cinema)
September 4, 2015 – Columbus, OH (Gateway Film Center)
September 4, 2015 – Chicago, IL (Facets Cinemateque)

Synopsis: Winner of the Best Editing award at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival and an official selection at RIDM (Montreal International Documentary Film Festival) and FID Marseille, I Touched All Your Stuff (A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos) tells the story of how Christopher Kirk, an IT technician from Michigan, OH, went from a stable job in Olympia, WA, to a Brazilian prison.

After reading about Pablo Escobar’s hippopotamus in a magazine, Chris Kirk bought a plane ticket to Colombia and decided to start anew in South America. On his first day in Bogotá, he met a beautiful Japanese-Colombian woman named “V,” and the two began a love affair that would culminate in his arrest for drug smuggling in Brazil.

While in jail, Chris Kirk authorized co-directors Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani to retrieve an 80 GB hard-drive that was in his friend’s possession in Seattle. In the drive, were private videos, pictures, emails, and chat exchanges from his time in Colombia — and some of that material is included in I Touched All Your Stuff.

The result is a film that dives deep into Chris Kirk’s complex relationship with “V,” while also revealing something universal about the very nature of storytelling.

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DVD with PPR Rights

$300

DVD with PPR Rights and Digital Site LIcense

$600

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