One of the best Argentine films ever made an a glorious case of transposition from literature to cinema. Several flashbacks from diverse people recreates what happened before or after Rosaura -an enigmatic blonde woman- arrives at ten o'clock to some middle class small hotel of Buenos Aires. In the tradition of Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon, this stunning film is a must see for those who believes that cinema, from time to time, can be classifies as an outstanding art.
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