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Release Date:
17 October 1996 (Argentina) See more »
A train on the Buenos Aires subway system suddenly vanishes. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Guillermo Angelelli ... Daniel Pratt
Roberto Carnaghi ... Marcos Blasi
Annabella Levy ... Abril (as Anabella Levy)
Jorge Petraglia ... Mistein
Miguel Ángel Paludi ... Aguirre
Fernando Llosa ... Nazar
Martín Adjemián ... Canotti
Daniel Di Biase ... Kenn (as Daniel Dibiase)
Jean Pierre Reguerraz ... Deckes
Martín Pavlovsky ... Conductor 101
Felipe Méndez ... Jefe de Trasbordos
Fernando Cia ... Figas
Osvaldo Santoro ... Vega
Horacio Roca ... Edmundo
Nora Zinski ... Profesora (as Nora Zinsky)
Sammy Lerner ... Viejito del Archivo
Rodolfo Franghi ... Mussio (as Rodolfo Franggi)
Samuel Lankes ... Guarda Final
Ricardo Merkin ... Maloni
Aldo Niebur ... Bandoneonista
Alejandro Viola ... Asistente de Blasi
Javier García ... Ayudante de Vega
Jorge Noya ... Chofer Unimog
Luis Sturla ... Empleado Estación Parque (as Luis Maria Sturla)
John Bolster ... Ascensorista
Jorge Vilela ... Ayudante de Maloni
Néstor Somma ... Empleado Estación Bolívar
Paolo Taramasco ... Alumno Ciudad Universitaria (as Paulo Taramasco)
Sergio Ríos ... Pasajero Estación Dock Sud
Gabriel Maldonado ... Pasajero Estación Dock Sud
Diego Ullua ... Pasajero Estación Dock Sud
Ignacio Spiaggiari ... Pasajero Estación Dock Sud
Julio López ... Pasajero Estación Dock Sud
Fabian Kogan ... Operario Cochera
Héctor Fernández ... Operario Cochera
Gustavo Machado ... Operario Cochera
Alejandro Yasinski ... Yupie: Pasajero del 86
Mabel Necol ... Maestra: Pasajero del 86
Adrián Méndez ... Chico: Pasajero del 86
Rodrigo Fernández ... Marinero: Pasajero del 86
Viviana Necol ... Bailarina: Pasajero del 86
Alfredo Andino ... Lector: Pasajero del 86
Cynthia Att ... Embarazada: Pasajero del 86
Fernando Necol ... Heavy: Pasajero del 86
Silvia Italiano ... Señorita de Minifalda: Pasajero del 86
Maria Teresa Abad ... Empleada: Pasajero del 86 / Mamá de Abril
Paula del Real ... Deportista: Pasajero del 86
Edy Lerner ... Buscado: Pasajero del 86
Yamila Kar ... Punk: Pasajero del 86
Moisés Galacovsky ... Jubilado: Pasajero del 86
Mirta Landini ... Bienuda: Pasajero del 86
Pablo Messiez ... Suicida
Natalia Nava ... Secretaria
Fabián Bril ... Asesina
Déborah Vidret ... Prostituta (as Débora Vidret)
Juan Carrasco ... Yupie del Celular (as Juan Pablo Carrasco)
Paulina Montenegro ... Colegiala
Manuel Keselman ... Ciego
Claudio Pardini ... Provinciano
Sebastián Goñi ... Borracho
Guillermo Elías ... Obrero Autopista
Hector Bordoni ... Obrero Autopista
Juan Jose Gatt ... Obrero Autopista
Raul Colombo ... Obrero Autopista
Cesar Carlino ... Obrero Autopista
Jose Luis Gratti ... Obrero Autopista
Claudia Brun ... Empleada Ciudad Universitaria
Pablo Farina ... Voz en Túneles (voice)
Karina Necol ... Voz en Andenes (voice)

Directed by
Gustavo Mosquera R. 
Writing credits
Pedro Cristiani  &
Gabriel Lifschitz  &
Arturo Oñatavia  &
Natalia Urruty  &
María Ángeles Mira  &
Gustavo Mosquera R. 

Produced by
Gustavo Mosquera R. .... producer
Original Music by
Mariano Nuñez West 
Cinematography by
Abel Peñalba 
Film Editing by
Alejandro Brodersohn 
Pablo Giorgelli  (as Pablo Georgelli)
Casting by
Karina Necol 
Production Design by
María Ángeles Mira 
Art Direction by
María Ángeles Mira 
Frederico Ostrovsky  (as Federico Ostrofsky)
Makeup Department
Mariela Chimales .... makeup artist
Production Management
Verónica Cura .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Emiliano Torres .... assistant director
Emiliano Torres .... second director
Natalia Urruty .... assistant director
Art Department
Silvana Bufone .... artist: station mural
Alfonso de Lazzari .... art department collaborator
Ana Farini .... art department collaborator
Ricardo Galloso .... constructor: intervalometro
Ileana Gurovich .... art department collaborator
Alejandra Leibovich .... first assistant art director
Hernan Molica .... artist: station mural
Rodrigo Moscoso .... second assistant art director
Jesica Suarez .... second assistant art director
Sound Department
Federico Billordo .... foley artist
Federico Billordo .... post-production sound assistant
Mario Calabrese .... dubbing transcriptions
Marcos De Aguirre .... sound engineer
Roberto Espinoza .... additional foley artist
Pablo Farina .... dubbing
Javier Flichman .... sythesized sound effects
Martín Grignaschi .... dubbing
Martín Grignaschi .... sound designer
Lucio Iturbe .... dubbing
David Miranda .... sound engineer
Magdalena Ripa Alsina .... production sound assistant
Oscar Velzi .... dubbing transcriptions
Special Effects by
Rubén Buelta .... effects: laboratory
Gustavo Mosquera R. .... effects designer
Marta Selvi .... effects: laboratory
Visual Effects by
Adrián Sinclair .... special camera motors
Óscar Trench .... effects cameraman
Camera and Electrical Department
Martin Coceres .... electrician
Gilbert Degrand .... gaffer
Mariela Lizzoli .... second assistant camera
Matías Mesa .... second assistant camera (as Matias Mesa)
Guillermo Mira .... dolly grip: special effects unit
Soledad Quiroga .... electrician
Pablo Ramos .... electrician
Federico Rivarés .... camera operator
Paola Rizzi .... assistant camera
Sebastian Gutierrez Salin .... assistant camera
Cesar Seguezzo .... electrician
Juan von Bernard .... first assistant camera
Animation Department
Oscar Desplast .... animator: title animation
Ricardo Desplast .... animator: title animation
Casting Department
Eugenia Levin .... casting advisor
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Maria Dominguez .... assistant costumer
Lucia Leschinsky .... costumer
Editorial Department
Cristina González .... negative cutter
Soledad Quiroga .... assistant film editor
Walter Ríos .... color timer
Music Department
Silvio Killian .... music consultant
David Miranda .... music mixer
Ernesto V. Molina .... musician: bandoncón (as Ernesto Molina)
Gustavo Napoli .... musician: accordion
Mariano Nuñez West .... music executive
Mariano Rodríguez .... music recordist
Damian Sanchez .... choir director
Andrea Zanfranzesqui .... musician: oboe
Other crew
Paco Alfonsín .... public relations
Rubén Buelta .... effects: laboratory
Bucky Butkovic .... press attache
Emilce Diaz .... production assistant
Jose Luis Fagin .... making-of
Leon Fiel .... caterer
Lidia Fiel .... caterer
Susana González .... chief preparation: laboratory
Sebastián Goñi .... production assistant
Jorge Griñevich .... production: Metrovias
Gabriel Lifschitz .... production assistant
Lucas Orlando Linares .... title designer
Leonardo Mesiti .... making-of
Miguel Mitlag .... continuity
Andrés Muschietti .... public relations
Nito Pintos .... equipment mover
Cristina Pirovano .... press attache
Paula Righi .... public relations
Rubén Santeiro .... laboratory manager
Marta Selvi .... effects: laboratory
María Eugenia Sueiro .... production assistant
Carlos Marcelo Villar .... grafic artist
Juan Carlos Villar .... grafic artist
Claudio Vinciguerra .... public relations

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88 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

In 2014, the San Jose station was painted with scenes from this movie.See more »
Continuity: When Pratt is running from the train, the shape of the tunnel changes from one shot to the next.See more »
Movie Connections:
Remake of Möbius (1993)See more »


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6 out of 33 people found the following review useful.
failed to live up to my expectations, 30 July 2002
Author: greglouvel ( from Paris, France

Moebius, the movie, has been around for a while now, and has a very good reputation. But this movie is definitely overrated. Though the pitch is very good, it suffers from various flaws that spoil the quality of the movie. First, the plot is obscure and is sometimes hard to follow. Mosquera chose to deal with the desaparecidos issue. It is a very sensitive issue in Argentina and therefore it is courageous of him. But he had room for criticism and his approach of this subject is rather cold. He could have chosen to insist on the political aspect of his movie but instead he chose to develop the dry philosophical/Borges side of it. And this side is not enhanced by the rhythm of the movie which is particularly jerky between underground scenes and outdoors scenes. It would have deserved more fluidity and even spinning to deal with that moebius strip issue. On that point, that choice seems incoherent. Next point the characters, they are cartoons. They act most of the time on one single level whereas we could have expected more subtility. For example, the subway's director is an impulsive, grotesque, slow-thinking character. Would you really expect that from the director of the subway of Buenos Aires? The only character who keeps her mystery is the one of the young girl, the others are only stereotypes. Finally, it lacks poetry and sensibility. Los desaparecidos, the nostalgia floating around, the young girl could have induced more emotion and it is, to my mind, the main failure of that movie. You never feel concerned by the characters or the story. Nevertheless, some interesting points can be stressed. Regarding the budget and the crew this film is rather good and moreover the light used creates a very interesting claustrophobic atmosphere. Finally, the idea would have deserved a better treatment. It is a shame.

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