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
Spanning about four decades, from the 1950's to the 1990's, the film tells the story of a man who goes to any length to twist his fate.
Who would have said that Luciano Caceres could play a leading role like this one? He has got the skills, the "physique du role" and the youth, but he had not had the chance to land a part like this one so far. Tito Pereyra (Luciano Caceres) is a man who finds overcoming poverty as hard as overcoming his own growth without a father. His quick but tough way up the social ladder is shown as something that he can't think of without crossing moral boundaries. Gaston Gallo, director and writer of the film, created this character who needs to feel he is in control of everything: his women, his contacts, his acquaintance Unlike other Argentinian movies, there is a lot of attention given to dialogues and language shades. Eugenia Levin's casting of mostly film- and- theatre actors is an obvious effort to guarantee good performances of characters that although short- lived, are complex and vital to the development of Tito's life. The weakest points? Sound and music, especially in suspense scenes or where the film's own song would have been of good use.
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