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A wedding invite from an estranged sibiling inspires a grandmother to assemble her family and embark on a roadtrip in a broken down caravan. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Graciana Chironi ... Emilia
Nicolás López ... Matias
Liliana Capurro ... Marta
Ruth Dobel ... Claudia
Marianela Pedano ... Yanina
Bernardo Forteza ... Oscar
Elías Viñoles ... Gustavo (as Raúl Viñoles)
Carlos Resta ... Ernesto
Laura Glave ... Paola
Sol Ocampo ... Bebé
Leila Gomez ... Nadia
Federico Esquerro ... Claudio

Directed by
Pablo Trapero 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Pablo Trapero 

Produced by
Robert Bevan .... producer
Hugo Castro Fau .... executive producer
Douglas Cummins .... co-producer
Christoph Friedel .... co-producer
Martina Gusman .... executive producer
Nicolás Martínez Zemborain .... line producer
Donald Ranvaud .... producer
Lilia Scenna .... line producer
Marc Sillam .... co-producer
Pablo Trapero .... producer
Original Music by
Hugo Diaz 
León Gieco 
Juaujo Soza 
Cinematography by
Guillermo Nieto 
Film Editing by
Ezequiel Borovinsky  (as Ezequiel Borenstein)
Nicolás Goldbart 
Casting by
María Inés Teyssié 
Art Direction by
Sergio Hernandez  (as Sergio Hernández)
Costume Design by
Marisa Urruti 
Makeup Department
Jose Luis Catania .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Federico Berón .... assistant director
Matías Scartascini .... second assistant director
Florencia Tovagliari .... second assistant director
Fernando Trullols .... assistant director
Art Department
Pablo Maestre Galli .... set designer
Pablo Maestre Galli .... set dresser
Sound Department
Nicolas Becker .... foley artist
Pablo Gamberg .... boom operator
Martín Grignaschi .... sound designer
Judith Guittier .... assistant foley artist
Martin Litmanovich .... sound recordist
Ana Mouriño .... sound editor
Patricio Muñoz Osorio .... sound editor
Guillermo Picco .... boom operator
Adriano Salgado .... sound recordist
Alexander Weuffen .... re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Rafael Di Veroli .... main title designer
Camera and Electrical Department
Alejandro Albarenque .... electrician
Juan Chechile .... assistant camera
Nicolas Delgado De La Camara .... electrician (as Nicolás Cámara)
Juliana González .... second assistant camera
Anabella Rollhauser .... camera video assist
Laura Vidal .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Soledad Cancela .... assistant costume designer
Other crew
Alex Moreno .... production coordinator
Roberto Artiagoitía .... thanks (as Rumpi)
Bernardita Baeza .... thanks
León Gieco .... thanks
Martina Gusman .... thanks
Walter Salles .... thanks
Mateo Trapero .... thanks

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Also Known As:
"Familia rodante" - Argentina (original title)
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103 min
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1.66 : 1 See more »
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Limited By Techniocal Failings, 4 September 2010
Author: robert-642 from United Kingdom

It had the potential to be a good film but was let down on a few technical aspects.

1. He shouldn't have used too many hand held shots.

2. Should have used film stock rather than electronic. Poor colour separation.

3. Far, far too many close up shots. If you are going to make a 'road film' then its a good idea to see the characters within a location. There were just not enough. Okay, one could argue that he tried to convey a feeling of claustrophobia but we don't need the entire film to tell us it's claustrophobic inside a camper. Surely if it was mad hot they would all want to be outside on every opportunity?

4. The kissing young couple. Sorry but very basic and primitive. It would have been better for them to be seen sneaking off into the woods then we could use our own imagination.

5. The dialogue with non members of the family with other people were few are far between. The only worthwhile example I can recall was the police roadblock and the man with a spare gasket.

There are too many 'road movies' and to stand out from the rest you really do need to be original - this wasn't.

And lastly, I thought it could have been improved with a large injection of humour or real pathos.

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