Alejandro G. Iñárritu is underway on his first function within the director’s chair since he gained three Oscars for The Revenant.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the brand new undertaking has rolled cameras in Iñárritu’s hometown of Mexico City and that it’s going below the title Limbo.
The Spanish-language film is being led by Daniel Giménez Cacho, the Mexican actor who starred in Lucrecia Martel’s Zama. Story particulars are unknown as of but however it’s understood to be a type of fable exploring the political and social modernity of Mexico.
Crew embrace the Oscar-winning manufacturing designer Eugenio Caballero (Pan’s Labyrinth) and DoP Darius Khondji (Seven).
First photographs from the set present Cacho strolling amongst a set of extras who’re mendacity on the bottom. The pic is known to be filming for an extra 5 months round Mexico, together with at Churubusco Studios, and it might launch as quickly as this yr.
Deadline has contacted Iñárritu’s reps for remark.