The last days in the life of a Piñata, as told from the Piñata’s perspective.
A short film that tells an odd tale: the story of a piñata, freed from the store by a kid and then betrayed by its own saviour. This story is both comedic and dark, grotesque and funny, disturbing and enjoyable. A narration following the perspective of an object, with all the hilarity, but also the gravity, that comes with it. Are there metaphores hidden in A KING’S BETRAYAL? Is it a reflection on life, on meaningless purposes, on being created just to be destroyed? Or is the director only playing with us with his good idea and fine art? Either way, this short film won’t leave you indifferent.
Title: A KING’S BETRAYAL
Director: David Bornstein
Running time: 8′