Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

The Argentine coast has some characteristics that are hard to translate: tourist attractions, the everyday pace, the personality of its inhabitants and urban identity. Lucía Ferreyra’s first film, a feature based on a short, traces line after line the skeleton of one of those coastal towns: Mar del Sur. The introspective, sensitive point of view of the young director makes us feel the wet sand in the soles of our feet, the smell of saturated oil from a cone of french fries and the frizz the sea air causes in the hair. A nostalgic love letter to a place that looks like many others and no other. Pancakes, video games and jellyfish bring back expired images in the characters’ saliva, while future memories are born. Foreigner doesn’t need any overblown conflicts in order for the audience to fall in love, because, in spite of being a simple story, it contains those powerful details that make a film great. MD

Section: Panorama
Sunday 19 - 22:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 8
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Tuesday 21 - 15:20 h
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Saturday 25 - 21:45 h
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English title: Foreigner
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: B&N + Color
Minutes: 60
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, P: Lucía Ferreyra

G: Lucía Ferreyra, Valeria Márquez

F: Tebbe Schönningh, Manuel Bascoy

E: Santiago Guidi

DA: Lola Iommi, Pablo Lakatos

S: Andrés Polonsky 

M: El Príncipe Idiota

CP: Médano Cine


Cast:

Julián Larquier Tellarini, Pablo Sigal, Denise Groesman


Contact:

Médano Cine. Lucía Ferreyra
T +54 9 11 6944 3867 E medanocine@gmail.com
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Lucía Ferreyra Argentina

She was born in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, in 1987. She studied Filmmaking at Universidad del Cine and directed several short films, including Forastero (Bafici ‘14), in which the same-titled feature-length film is based on. She participated in the 2013 Film Lab of the Torcuato Di Tella University, under Martín Rejtman and Andr&ea...



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