A year after his father's death in Mexico, Victor returns to Buenos Aires with a twofold mission. On the one hand, he brings with him a new project for his former theater company; on the ... See full summary »
Julián Larquier Tellarini,
Alessio Rigo de Righi
Hermia & Helena is a film of dead ends and new beginnings, navigating different hemispheres and languages with amorous detours, where the written words of Shakespeare clash with the entanglements of modern, digital life.
After his bike and money gets stolen from him, Lucio struggles to find his place in the surrounding reality of Argentina in the 1990s A slowly told story of adolescence of an outcast and a ... See full summary »
A period drama set in 1960s Argentina, The story about the erratic beginning of a relationship and the urgent need for the first light after darkness. Since the accident, Luisa has not been... See full summary »
A woman in her late-twenties called Silvia Prieto wants to improve herself. Her discovery of a second person also called Silvia Prieto will change her life forever. Maybe not the changes she hoped for.
A young German couple find their relationship tested after his mother suffers an accident. Thirty years later, a middle-aged actress splits with her anthropologist husband. Soon, these two couples' paths cross in unexpected ways.
I watched this as part of the Internationl Film Festival in Berlin. With a running time just over an hour it was a good film to fill in between other slots/movies I wanted to watch. The film does concentrate on relationships and plays a bit like a documentary. It obviously isn't, though I did not research where the idea came from.
Life imitating art or is it the other way around? Whatever the case, the cast has fun playing the roles they are given and the dialog matches their enthusiasm. It never gets too deep into things, but I don't consider that a bad thing. Not a lot of people will watch this I reckon, but if you get a chance and like relationship dramas, give it a try
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