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Alejandro Agresti


Alejandro Agresti was born on June 2, 1961 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a director and writer, known for Buenos Aires Vice Verse (1996), Wind with the Gone (1998) and A Less Bad World (2004). See full bio »

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(1996)
(1998)
A Less Bad World Director
(2004)
Valentin Director
(2002)

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 2002/I Valentin
 1997 La cruz
 1994 Hexagon (Documentary) (segment "Tegenbeweging")
 1992 A Lonely Race (TV Movie)
 1992 Figaro Story
 1992 Modern Crimes
 1990 Library Love (Short)
 1990 Luba
 1990 City Life (Documentary) (segment "Buenos Aires - Una historia breve sobre nada/A Short Film About Nothing")
 1981 Tú sabes mi nombre (Short)
 1980 La araña (Short)
 1979 Sola (Short)
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He is the one who changed the Argentine cinema. In the 80's with Love is a Fat woman, then in the 90's with The Act in Question, and Buenos Aire Viceversa etc. The superficial local film critics, fought him because he didn't want to talk badly about Julio Maharbiz, who helped to produce Pizza B y Faso, Mundo Grúa, and other movies that helped to keep changing the AR filmmaking, among making ... See more »

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