Blast Beat is an 2021 American drama film directed by Esteban Arango. This film Produced by Charles D. King, Poppy Hanks, Erick Castrillon, Ty Walker and Written by Erick Castrillon, Esteban Arango.
Blast Beat movie starring Andrene Ward-Hammond, Hassan Welch, Nikki Harada, Ashley Jackson, Njema Williams, Diane Guerrero, Wilmer Valderrama, Moises Arias, Kali Uchis, Chris Whitley and Mateo Arias in the leading roles.
This film music composed by David Murillo R., Cinematography Ed Wu and Edited work done by Alex Blatt. In this film Distributed by Vertical Entertainment and released on May 21, 2021.
In the heyday of 2000, Colombian siblings Carly (Mateo Arias) and Mateo (Moisés Arias) prepare to move to the United States for their senior year of high school. While her supportive parents (Diane Guerrero and Wilmer Valderrama) seize the opportunity to escape Colombia’s political turmoil and pursue the American dream, Metalhead Carly is determined to join the Georgia Aerospace Institute and work for NASA.
At first, Mateo is the only person to express his cynicism, but as the reality of his new life sinks in, the family struggles to adjust as their hopes are dashed. When events threaten her future, Carly’s dream becomes her only lifeline.
The children and their mother (Guerrero) are joined by their father (Wilmer Valderrama), who has been in Atlanta for a few months and is starting a beautiful new life for them. His reasons for fleeing Colombia are unclear, but it has to do with the possibility that his father is in illegal business and his desire to escape the political turmoil in the country.
Picking them up in a broken down truck from the burning airport and taking them to a run-down house in a poor neighborhood will be the first and foremost indication that the road ahead may not be that smooth.
At first, Mateo is the only person to express his cynicism. But as the reality of his new life sinks in, the family struggles to adjust as their hopes are dashed. When events threaten her future, Carly’s dream becomes her only lifeline. Esteban Arango‘s spirited debut throws sibling rivalry into an era of social media isolation.
Real-life brothers Mateo and Moises bring honesty and courage to this energetic. Metal-focused future story that brutally confronts the realities of growing up in different cultures. BLAST BEAT is a Latin song for the underprivileged generation, and it’s the song we’ve all been waiting for.
He dominates the soundtracks of Synapticide and Eastside Boyz, with “Blast Beat” recordings. Like Carly, Mateo Arias filled his eyes with a sense of martyrdom. A charming character, she’s also smart and ambitious, destructive and immature.
Especially when she’s not fair to her half-girlfriend, Mafe, played by Grammy-nominated singer Kali Uchis in a promising first film. Instead, Moisés Arias is compact, clean-shaven and slender like a brother named Mateo. At home, he looked like a boy and an old warrior. Depending on whether Carlos had a better room or if he determined to look tough at school.
Carly’s older brother, a long-haired metal boss who dreams of working for NASA. Reveals the tired look of a lonely, bespectacled genius scientist, but fits like a rule-obeyed, nerdy-oriented person. Moises Arias, like the odious and artistic Mateo, channels the wild, rebellious energy of last year’s “Monos” in a more subdued direction.
But still lives in the same difficult space. Far from what they’ve always known, the differences between Carly and Mateo shape their identities beyond differences in musical tastes and passions. And influence what they now think of the possibility of a comeback, and even their national loyalty.