Panama Hay, a film by Davide Calafà and Mauro Simionato

//Panama Hay, a film by Davide Calafà and Mauro Simionato

 

Panama isn’t.

anything you were looking for is just not there;
but the harbor of course, the only real thing you’ll find around.

It is further than neverland,
which you won’t reach anyway.

you can do nothing but listening to people stories
those people who have been crossing ages and boundaries
melting in the place, becoming the place

try to figure out what they’re talking about
what they sing and fight about
just before you leave the harbor
and everything else you’ve seen
without understanding it
behind

this is all i can share with you
about panama
a place i already forgot

In 2013 videomaker Davide Calafà spent 22 days in Panama City with the aim at filming scenes from the everyday-living in the capital, from the favelas to the high-class estates.
What he cought is more than just a skyline-to-slum’s footage.
Back to Milan, creative director Mauro Simionato joined him to work on the storyline of what became ¡PANAMA HAY!, a layered portrait of the state’s capital, shot during the construction of the Metro de Panama – the first city subway.

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