Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

When she’s awaiting the train, when she’s in her kitchen fixing up some food, Victoria Morán doesn’t seem to be any different from the rest. But when she sings the first notes of an Omara Portuondo song, we can realize that she’s something special. Victoria is a singer with an exceptional voice. She has released albums, does live gigs regularly and critics consider her one of the most remarkable singers in today’s popular music. For almost two decades, she has struggled her way through a career away from the spotlight and mass media. But that life as an artist must blend with her other life, as a mother, teacher and housewife. And these two worlds, which one could imagine as parallel, are interlaced, and sometimes clash with each other. As in Rodrigo Moreno’s Reimon, Victoria finds in a female figure the most clear and complete representation of everyday struggle caused by the tensions between art and work, theory and practice, that must happen in order to find oneself. LL

Section: Competencia Oficial Argentina
Sunday 19 - 20:15 h
Village Recoleta Room: 5
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Monday 20 - 14:45 h
Village Recoleta Room: 5
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Thursday 23 - 13:00 h
ArteMultiplex Belgrano Room: 3
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Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 70
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, G, P, PE: Juan Villegas 

F: Felipe Sánchez García  

E: Manuel Ferrari

S: Francisco Pedemonte 

M: Victoria Morán  

CP: Tresmilmundos Cine

 


Cast:

Victoria Morán, Lucía Marmori, Raimundo Marmori, Ramón Maschio, Alberto Jaime


Contact:

Tresmilmundos Cine. Juan Villegas
T +54 11 4771 1763  +54 9 11 5476 6916
E juanmaville@gmail.com


Juan Villegas Argentina

Born in Buenos Aires in 1971. He co-wrote ‘73 Model (Bafici ‘01) and A Week Alone (Special Mention at Bafici ‘08). He directed the feature films Saturday (Bafici ‘01), Los suicidas (Bafici ‘06), and Ocio (Bafici ‘10; co-directed with Alejandro Lingenti).



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