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Things happen unexpectedly: “Tan de repente” [2002 Argentina, Netherlands]

Diego Lerman makes an assured directorial début with his neatly packaged character-study-as-comedy feature “Tan de repente” [Eng. Title: Suddenly]. Set in and around contemporary Buenos Aires, the film vividly captures a lot more than its meagre storyline, thanks to … Continue reading

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Carla Crespo and Julia Martínez Rubio in “Castro” [2009 Argentina]

Film professor Alejo Moguillansky is among the more interesting contemporary directors making films in Argentina today. His frenetic drama “Castro” appears to be an exercise in slapstick nihilism with its protagonist caught in an existential trap.
Castro has separated from … Continue reading

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