The film tells the life of Tito Pereyra since his childhood in a town of Tucuman (with an absent father) until the 1980 s in Buenos Aires, when democracy was restored. During that period he...
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The film tells the life of Tito Pereyra since his childhood in a town of Tucuman (with an absent father) until the 1980 s in Buenos Aires, when democracy was restored. During that period he makes decisions that will change his life forever.It shows a human being with both bright and dark aspects, whose contrasts seem to determine his destiny.Written by
Gato Negro, a film about a man willing to sacrifice everything to get what he wants.
Gato Negro is a film that portrays the life of a survivor, Tito Pereyra, who elbows his way in life to achieve what he wants. The story begins in provincial Argentina, in a town whose main and only activity is sugar production. Tito wants to get away from there desperately, and his chance to do so comes from the hands of his own mother, who abandoned by her husband emigrates to the capital taking him and leaving behind, not only her hometown but her elder son, Claudio (Gonzalo López Jatib- Roberto Vallejos). With time, Tito settles down in Buenos Aires and meets a myriad different people from all walks of life, low- lives, workmen, women, and very powerful people with whom he interacts in his permanent struggle to twist his fate and stay as far away from poverty as possible. Omnipotent and with an overflowing passion and thirst for success, Tito ultimately finds himself with his back against the wall at the time of having to make tougher decisions in his life. Tito Pereyra is performed by Luciano Cáceres, who outstandingly interpreted his character's gritty and soulful nature. Very accurate direction of light, costume design and make up. Gato Negro was written and directed by Gastón Gallo, with locations in the Province of Tucumán and the cities of Buenos Aires and Mar del Plata.
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