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Although Argentina is one of Latin America’s production powers which has most openly embraced genres of late in both film and television, Juan Pablo Laplace’s Intl. Emmy-nominated TV series “La Casa del Mar” stands apart. A missing girl thriller set at a village resort on the Argentine coast, on one hand, it taps into recent currents in contemporary European thrillers. On the other, set in modern-day Argentina, it finds a tone all of its own. That gives rise to a series that stands as a business and artistic model of one way that far more Latin American series are likely to go in the near future. Co-produced by Buenos Aires-based Cisne, founded by Laplace and Rocío Scenna, the series was not only nominated for an Emmy in Best Drama but currently vies for five Tato Awards including best fiction program, actress and cinematography. Bidding fair for quality TV production in Argentina, »
- Emiliano Granada
When it comes to Crime Thriller, Argentina is one the most epic crime thriller movie making of all time, specially movies like "The Aura", "Carancho" and the Oscar winner "Secret in their eyes". Story: Benjamin Esposito (Ricardo Darin) and his boss and friend Irene Hastings (Soledad Villamil) are two legal counselors that investigate crimes with the police, in a 1970s Argentina when the government were poor and the authorities were corrupt or paid by mafia. One case becomes personal for Benjamin when he investigate a murder of a young girl named Liliana Coloto (Carla Quevedo) and when he relies the judge dropped the case, than he take action in his own hands. Eventually he finds the murderer and arrest him, only to be ordered...
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2 items from 2016
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