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Damián, Marcelo, Luciano and Facundo are four friends, all in their thirties. They all share the following interests: music, friendship and women. All four of them fall in and out of love, some of them with the right person, others with the wrong one. Love begins and ends. And then, they turn a page and it starts all over again.Written by
The movie follows the life of a group of friends in Buenos Aires and their relationships with women. Their cultural universe seems to be determined by British bands of the vinyl era (hence the title, Vinyl Days) with exclusion of everything else: even the start of a liaison depends on what songs the prospective partner likes. The protagonists seem to have no cash flow problems, make a living almost without trying and live in well appointed lodgings. There is no reference to anything that happened in Argentina during the period (e. g. the meltdown of the economy in 2001-2002 and the subsequent default and recovery).
This said, the characters are well fleshed out, the actors are very good and the dialogs are sharp and true to life (everybody seems to spend an inordinate amount of time psychoanalyzing him/herself and friends). There are many funny moments; perhaps the best one is actor Leonardo Sbaraglia playing a demented version of himself.
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