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The Journey (1992)

El viaje (original title)
A young man living in a cold southern village in South America, decides to start a trip looking for his father. By doing this he discovers unexpected facts about his latin American essence.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Quiroz ...
Martin
Soledad Alfaro ...
Vidala
Ricardo Bartis ...
Monitor
Christina Becerra ...
Violeta
Marc Berman ...
Nicolas
Chiquinho Brandão ...
Paizinho
Franklin Caicedo ...
Rower
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Tito The Hopegiver
Ângela Correa ...
Janaina
Liliana Flores ...
Wayta
Juana Hidalgo ...
Amalia Nunca
Justo Martínez ...
Faustino
Kiko Mendive ...
Americo Inconcluso
Francisco Nápoli ...
Raul
Fito Páez ...
Pablo
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A young man living in a cold southern village in South America, decides to start a trip looking for his father. By doing this he discovers unexpected facts about his latin American essence. Written by Oscar Ortega <beatriz@cs.titech.ac.jp>

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30 April 1992 (Argentina)  »

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The Journey  »

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Director 'Fernando Solanas' was gunned down and badly wounded during post-production in a politically motivated attack. See more »

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A foresee overlooked at its time
3 March 2003 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews



"El viaje" is a simple movie. But it has the most precise look of Argentine's reality at the beginning of the nineties. Pay special attention to the tragicomic representation of Carlos Menem, by Carlos Carella. If people would have paid more attention, maybe Argentina would have been a better place today. Sad to see it now.


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