“Silverio, a renowned Mexican journalist and documentary filmmaker living in Los Angeles, is to receive a prestigious international award. He returns to his native country, without knowing that this simple trip will confront him with a terrible existential crisis. His memories and anxieties resurface on this occasion until they obsess him and plunge him into a state of confusion and wonder.”Here is the pitch Bardo, False chronicle of some truths, the new film by Alejandro González Iñárritu, the director of Babel, Birdman and The Revenant. Lighting necessary to better understand the trailer unveiled by Netflix which will host the eighth film of the director doubling Oscar winner. UFO that the director presented at the Venice festival. A bit on the principle of Birdman, Bardo is built on both illusions and lost spectators in Venice. The director has therefore decided to reassemble his film, amputating it by 22 minutes, following the dumbfounded reactions of the spectators. For the first time since Amores Perros, his first film made in 2000, Iñárritu shot Bardo entirely in Mexico. Visible on Netflix from December 16, it is one of the four films shortlisted to represent the country at the Oscars. It was presented by the platform at the Venice Film Festival alongside Blonde, Andrew Dominik, White Noise by Noah Baumbach and Athena by Romain Gavras.