Netflix dropped the trailer for BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths on September 22.
The movie will open theatrically in Mexico on October 27 and in U.S., Spain, and Argentina on November 4.
However, it will be available to stream on Netflix on December 16.
The movie focuses on the themes of existentialism, nativism, familial bonds, and history. All of these themes centre around the life of Silverio, a celebrated Mexican journalist and film maker, living in Los Angeles.
After being nominated as the recipient of a prestigious international award, Silverio goes back to Mexico, his native roots, where he grapples through the questions of his identity, morality and faces dark memories and fears.
The movie is helmed by five-time Academy Award winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu. Iñárritu also serve as the producer along with Stacy Perskie Kaniss, whereas Mary Parent and Karla Luna Cantú executive produce.
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