Most Popular Titles With Alejandro Fadel
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1. 7 Days in Havana (2012)
129 min | Drama
A lesbian, an aspiring actor, an aspiring singer, a low-class marriage, a neighborhood community and 2 renowned directors have memorable less-than-24-hour-long experiences while living in/visiting the capital of Cuba.
Writers: Laurent Cantet, Alejandro Fadel, Martín Mauregui, Julio Medem, Santiago Mitre, Gaspar Noé, Leonardo Padura, Elia Suleiman, Pablo Trapero | Directors: Laurent Cantet, Benicio Del Toro, Julio Medem, Gaspar Noé, Elia Suleiman, Juan Carlos Tabío, Pablo Trapero | Stars: Josh Hutcherson, Vladimir Cruz, Magali Wilson, Daisy Granados
2. White Elephant (2012)
Not Rated | 105 min | Drama
While working alongside his long-time friend and colleague in building a hospital for the residents of a Buenos Aries shantytown, a troubled priest finds solace in a young, atheist social worker.
3. Carancho (2010)
Unrated | 107 min | Crime, Drama, Romance
In Argentina over 8,000 people die in traffic accidents every year. Behind each of these tragedies is a flourishing industry founded on insurance payouts and legal loopholes. Sosa is a ... See full summary »
5. Historias del canal (2014)
106 min | Drama
Five shorts spanning a century on lives impacted by the Panama Canal.
Writers: Alejandro Fadel, Martín Mauregui, Manuel Rodríguez | Directors: Abner Benaim, Carolina Borrero, Luis Franco Brantley, Pinky Mon, Pituka Ortega-Heilbron | Stars: Lakisha May, Andre Morris, Carlos Eduardo Goldstein Alemán, Kathleen Wise
8. Vivo en Argentina (2011– )
Lalo Mir, Carla Conte and Nico Pauls host this truly federal show that promotes a space for all the inhabitants of the country to meet. With live broadcasts from different Argentine cities ... See full summary »
9. I'm Not Lorena (2014)
82 min | Drama, Thriller
A case of mistaken identity becomes a living nightmare when a young actress finds herself relentlessly assailed by debt collectors, in this Kafkaesque fable for the information age.