festival program / Jordan Ressler First Feature Award

90 Minutes


The passion for soccer goes beyond life or death. 90 Minutes, a rare film from Honduras, tells four interlinking stories of drama, romance and suspense all tied together by Honduras – and the world's greatest passion: soccer.

In the filmmaker's own words, these are "universal stories of people in ultimate tests of character…that explores the deepest questions of what it means to be a human being. The lens of football (soccer) allows us to explore issues as diverse as immigration discrimination, drug trafficking, hooligan and domestic violence and even people trying to find a purpose in this world that every day feels more and more artificial and for all this to sit under a united thread.

A match lasts for ninety minutes, but the passion and fury last forever.

This screening is sponsored by FlixLatino, ViendoMovies Available with Xfinity and the Jordan Alexander Ressler Charitable Fund.

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Director Bio

Aeden O'Connor Agurcia was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. He won the bronze prize at the Prague Film School for his thesis short film "To Hell with This Beatrice". 90 Minutes is O'Connor Agurcia's feature debut.

Cast & Credits

  • Director(s)
    Aeden O'Connor Agurcia
  • Producer(s)
    Ana Isabel Martens Palacios
  • Screenwriter(s)
    Daniel Fraño Pereira
  • Cast
    Brandon Lopez, Edgar Flores, Andrea Umaña, Gabriel Borjas, Ricardo Letelier, Edith Solis

Film Info