Yepeto is a professor in his 50's, a prestigious writer who holds a chair in the literature department. Cecilia, an 18 year old student is the object of Antonio's desire. (Antonio is a ... See full summary »

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Nicolás Cabré ...
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Malena Figo ...
Cecilia
Alejandra Flechner ...
Patricia
Villanueva Cosse ...
Don Gerardo
Pepe Novoa ...
Colega uno
Rubén Szuchmacher ...
Hombre colectivo
Margara Alonso ...
Vecina
Franco Calcagno ...
Franco
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Alfredo Allende ...
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Patricia Becker ...
Farmacéutica
Carlos Bernst ...
Remisero
Leonardo Bossio ...
Alumno de la facultad
Lucas Calcagno ...
Alumno de la facultad
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Yepeto is a professor in his 50's, a prestigious writer who holds a chair in the literature department. Cecilia, an 18 year old student is the object of Antonio's desire. (Antonio is a young athlete, also very attractive.) Yepeto starts to feel passionately, but silently attracted to Cecilia, while at the same time, builds up his friendship with Antonio. Will this force Yepeto to give up, out of loyalty to his friend and student Antonio, all contact with his desired student Cecilia? Written by GMeleJr

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Arguably, the best Latin film of 1999
10 May 2000 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Many, including myself, have considered this complex Argentine drama as the finest film from Latin America this past year. The four prizes the film won at the prestigious Havana Film Festival, and the Best Actor award recently bestowed on the film at the annual Miami Hispanic Film Festival support the claim. The film, adapted from an acclaimed Argentine play, is highlighted by knockout performances by its lead Actor as an aging professor, and two of his much younger students. Many themes, including generational differences, jealousy, and friendship are uniquely explored. Don't miss it.


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