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Writers:
Miguel Cohan (screenplay)
Ana Cohan (written by)
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Release Date:
30 September 2010 (Argentina) See more »
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A thriller centered on a man who is accused of a crime he didn't commit. | Add synopsis »
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10 wins & 11 nominations See more »
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Where three families learn about the truth - and where it lies. See more (2 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Leonardo Sbaraglia ... Federico Samaniego
Martin Slipak ... Matías Fustiniano

Bárbara Goenaga ... Natalia Kaufman
Luis Machín ... Ricardo Fustiniano

Ana Celentano ... Laura
Arturo Goetz ... El Liquidador
Agustín Vázquez ... Pablo Marchetti

Federico Luppi ... Víctor Marchetti
Felipe Villanueva ... Chaucha
Rocío Muñoz ... Luciana Fustiniano
Antonia Bengoechea ... Malena Samaniego
Daniel Valenzuela ... Carmelo
Manuel Longueiras ... Kempes (as Manuel Longueira)
Claudia Cantero ... Fiscal
Marcelo D'Andrea ... Brauer
Ramiro Blas ... Carmona
Abian Vainstein ... Juez Landívar
Néstor Zacco ... Juez Tribunal Oral
Mariano Fabricante ... Secretario Fiscal
Pedro Merlo ... Pollo
Germán Rodríguez ... Andrés Biscione
Javier Díaz ... Periodista TV
Carlos Defeo ... Chapista
Damián Padín ... Policía Joven
Claudio Delan ... Policía mayor
Daniel Durante ... Policía terapia
Pablo Maceda ... Enfermero
Camila Fabbri ... Chica fiesta (as Camila Fabri)
Jorge Marcucci ... Katz

Lili Popovich ... Señoera con perro
Gilda Scarpetta ... Mujer Esc.67
Gustavo Jalife ... Shop owner
Virginia Kaufman ... Mujer local
Catherine Biquard ... Secretaria Landiver
Denise Cotton ... Secretaria Laura
Claudio Torres ... Capatz
Norma Gagliani ... Quiroz
Luis Sabatini ... Sargento Migraciones
Oscar Fernández ... Preso 1
Alejandro Chanampe ... Preso 2
Oscar Wagner ... Preso 3

Directed by
Miguel Cohan 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ana Cohan  written by
Miguel Cohan  screenplay

Produced by
Daniela Alvarado .... delegate producer
Mariela Besuievsky .... producer
Gerardo Herrero .... executive producer
Gerardo Herrero .... producer
Axel Kuschevatzky .... associate producer
Nadia Martínez .... assistant producer
Vanessa Ragone .... executive producer
Vanessa Ragone .... producer
Carolina Urbieta .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Lucio Godoy 
 
Cinematography by
Hugo Colace 
 
Film Editing by
Fernando Pardo 
 
Production Design by
Carolina Urbieta 
 
Art Direction by
Federico García Cambero 
 
Set Decoration by
Francisco Bonitz (Utilero)
Andrea Del Petre 
 
Makeup Department
Marisa Amenta .... makeup artist
Angela Garacija .... daily assistant makeup artist
Kenyar Padilla .... hair stylist
Antonia Pérez .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Josean Gómez .... production manager
Guillermo Imsteyf .... production supervisor
Nadia Martínez .... assistant production manager
Leticia Tapia .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Federico D'Auria .... third assistant director
Mariana Gamboa .... first assistant director
Virginia Maillo .... second assistant director
Daniela Marinaro .... second assistant director
José María Martínez-Abarca .... trainee assistant director (as José M. Martínez-Abarca)
 
Art Department
Rodrigo Busto .... property master
Richard Fábrega .... additional set decorator
Natalia García .... Art Assistant
Oriel Pérez .... props
Ángel Sarrión .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Mario Durántez .... sound
Eduardo Esquide .... sound
Sergio Fernández .... assistant to mixer
Arturo García Martín .... sound designer (as Arturo García)
Pablo Gil .... sound
Mario González .... re-recording mixer
Javier Losantos .... adr recordist
Jaume Puig .... dolby consultant
Sebastián Sonzogni .... boom operator
Martín Touron .... cable guy
Ricardo Viñas .... dolby sound consultant
 
Special Effects by
Hernan Pablo Martinez .... special effects coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Lucas Borghi .... first assistant camera
Lucas Borghi .... focus puller
José Enrique Cortéz .... grip
David Fernández .... first assistant camera
José Antonio García Merelo .... gaffer
Gaston Guisado .... second unit assistant camera
Germán Lorenzo .... camera: making of
Nicolás Mayer .... steadicam assistant
Nicolás Mayer .... steady cam
Matías Nicolás .... second unit camera
Alejandro Pastor .... video assist
Javier Portabales .... electrician
Guillermo Romero .... second unit camera
Josefina Semilla .... videoassist
Maximiliano Suarez .... grip
Jorge Torres .... key grip
Gustavo Triviño .... steadicam operator
Gustavo Triviño .... steady cam
René Zicarelli .... second assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Natalia Smirnoff .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alejandra Albert .... wardrobe assistant
Roberta Pesci .... wardrobe
 
Location Management
Nicolás Calvar .... location coordinator
 
Other crew
Mercedes Bertani .... Administration Department
Carolina Castro .... secretary
Mónica D'Uva .... administrator
María Guerra .... script supervisor
Nora Gómez .... administration
Silvana Jiménez .... Administration Department
Miguelina Machuca .... Assistant
Judith V. Malamud .... legal supervision
Florencia Perez Roman .... Administration Department
Jaume Quiles .... production assistant
Esteban Sardi .... Messenger service
Aitana Sánchez .... production coordinator
 

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Also Known As:
"Sin retorno" - Spain (original title)
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Argentina:104 min
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Where three families learn about the truth - and where it lies., 8 September 2014
Author: Roger Burke from Brisbane, Australia

Slow-paced, quasi thriller which examines the effects upon three families when a member of one runs down and kills a member of another family while a member of a third family - because of bad timing - is accused and arrested to face trial.

The perpetrator, Matias (Martin Slipak) concocts a stolen car story for his parents who, at first, believe him; later however, Matias breaks down, tells the truth to his parents who then compound the felony by going along with the lies. The father of Matias even retrieves the abandoned car, drives it to a secluded spot and torches it completely. The family hunkers down, keeps a low profile - but emotions are raw.

Meanwhile, the father, Victor (Frederico Luppi), of the victim, Pablo (Augustin Vazquez) sets out to find the hit-run driver. The police, with nothing to go on (they think), are not much interested: there are many hit-run crimes, many unresolved. Victor begins a door-knock campaign in the area of the killing and eventually finds a witness who recalls a fast car which nearly creamed him in a pedestrian crossing, for Pete's sake, on that night! Victor makes enough noise in the media for the cops to start looking for that car.

And so, eventually they find the car driven by Federico (Leonardo Sbaraglia) who'd left his car with a dentologist (aka auto body repair shop) to fix the banged-up front of his car which occurred when, hurrying to get home, he hit Pablo's bicycle. Pablo was angry, of course. After a colorful exchange of heated words, Federico drove off - leaving poor Pablo to take the hit, less than a minute later, when Matias didn't see him in the darkness.

Blissfully unaware, Federico had gone on holiday with his family; on return, however, he was immediately arrested for the hit-run, charged and tried. Federico's final fate is entirely believable, even inevitable. Old Victor thinks he achieved justice for Pablo, his dead son. Matias lives on, riven with guilt, unwilling to face up. The denouement, however, when the three men meet in the final, tense, ten minutes, is entirely unexpected - but, entirely believable also.

You don't get quality story and cinema like this much, any more. Acting, direction and editing are simply excellent; and there's not a wasted frame, in my opinion. Story construction and plot are cleverly interwoven to keep viewers' interest. Some critics, however, might suggest the over-use of coincidence for plot development; ignore that. Just enjoy an excellent, contemporary drama that could happen in any town, any day, anywhere.

Give this eight out of ten. Recommended for all.

September 7, 2014

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