The stories of five railroad workers who have been sacked as a consequence of the economic crisis.

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Carlos Velmar
Pablo Rago ...
Daniel Sanabria
Mercedes Morán ...
Susana de Velmar
Ulises Dumont ...
Braulio
Vando Villamil ...
Atilio
Valentina Bassi ...
Lisa de Sanabria
Leonor Benedetto ...
Doctora
Lucrecia Capello
Claudio Rissi ...
Caloiero
Nahuel Pérez Biscayart ...
Abel
Salomé Boustani ...
Laura
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Oscar Alegre ...
'El Negrito' Gomez
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The stories of five railroad workers who have been sacked as a consequence of the economic crisis.

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No podrán cerrarnos todos los caminos. (They won't be able to block all our ways)

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7 October 2004 (Argentina)  »

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genial characters seek life after the railroad
5 May 2006 | by (Long Island) – See all my reviews

The story follows the vicissitudes of several longtime railroad employees after the line they have worked on for years is shut down. The son of another employee who gave up and committed suicide plays a tangential but symbolically important role. I suspect those who will find this work most meaningful are viewers who are quite familiar with Argentina's economic context. The acting is quite persuasive; I found the cast very well chosen. As vignettes from the lives of these disparate men, it is surely enjoyable. As a piece of historico-socioeconomic analysis or commentary, the film, which showcases the slogan, "They can't close all the exits to us!," may seem a bit facile.


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