Tadanobu Asano as “THE CRIMINAL”
He is one of the leading Japanese actors in film scene, having a distinctive presence and acclaimed for his on-screen performances both nationally and internationally.
His representative filmographies are “Ichi the Killer (2001),” “Zatoichi (2003),” “Last Life in the Universe (2003),” “Mongol (2007),” “Thor (2011),” “Battleship (2012),” “Thor: The Dark World (2013),” “47 Ronin (2013),” and “My Man (2014).”
He won the Upstream Prize for Best Actor at the 60th Venice International Film Festival in 2003 for his role in “Last Life in the Universe.” His leading role film “Mongol” was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 80th Academy Award in 2008 and in 2011, he made his Hollywood debut in “Thor.” This year he received the Silver St. George Best Actor Honours at the 36th Moscow International Film Festival for his role in “My Man,” and the film also won the grand prix, the Golden St. George Trophy for Best Film.
Nathalia Acevedo as “THE WHORE”
Nathalia Acevedo was born in Mexico City in 1984 to a Mexican father and Peruvian mother. She grew up in Mexico City attending German school. She pursued studies in political science in Geneva, Switzerland. She went on to studying photography in Barcelona, Spain, and communications sciences in Mexico City. As a film director and producer, Nathalia’s work includes noiselab.tv, an online cultural video series in partnership with Mexico City’s cult record label of the same name, and music videos and commercials. She also developed online media platforms and content. In addition to her passion for film and socio-political issues, Nathalia always soundtracked her life as a DJ (Silencio-Paris, MNRoy-Mexico…), and music consultant. In 2012 Nathalia made her acting debut in Carlos Reygadas’ “Post Tenebras Lux” which received the Best Director Award (Palme d’Or) at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Vim Nadera as “THE GODFATHER”
Victor Emmanuel Carmelo D. Nadera Jr., also known as Vim, is an award-winning poet, fictonist, playwright, and essayist. He was born in Tayabas, Quezon, but he grew up in Sampaloc, Manila. He introduced Poetry Therapy in the country. He is considered as the “father of performance poetry in the Philippines”. He also holds a bachelor of science and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, which he earned from the University of Santo Tomas. He has won various prestigious awards for his writing such as the National Book Awards, Rizal International Filipino Poetry Contest, Gawad Collantes, Palanca Awards, Carlos Bulosan Award, Gawad Leopoldo Yabes, Gawad Parangal ng Quezon, Gawad Chancellor, and Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) to name a few.
Elena Kazan as “THE LOVER”
Born in Moscow, lived in Kiev, grew up in Berlin, based in Mumbai now.