Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

How does a film like Ragazzi fit in Raúl Perrone’s filmography? How is the figure and work of Pasolini encompassed in the play of ghosts from this new stage in the career of the filmmaker from the locality of Ituzangó? Ragazzi is a film in two movements. The first one, freely inspired in Pasolini’s death/murder, narrates a day in the life of a teenager who ends up becoming involved with a figure that fits the profile of the Italian author, poet and filmmaker. Of course, all of this takes place in Ituzaingó and Pasolini is never mentioned. The second part has a shift in tone, rendering it solar: shot in the province of Córdoba, in a stream inhabited by another group of ragazzi, it follows the everyday activities of these kids (jumping in the river, swimming, smoking, jumping again, and so on) as though the surroundings were an abandoned paradise, between possible salvation and absolute collapse. There is a couple of beautiful women that seem like apparitions, spirits that summon these kids from some erotic beyond. And all of this goes into a blender of images and sound almost becomes an apotheosis. The ending of Ragazzi is probably the most beautiful moment in Perrone’s entire filmography. DL


Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: B&N
Minutes: 83
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:


D, G, E, DA, S: Raúl Perrone

F: Raúl Perrone, Alejandro González, Elías Gismondi

M: DJ Negro Dub, Che Cumbé

P: Raúl Perrone, Pablo Ratto
PE: Pablo Ratto

CP: Les envies que je te désire, Las ganas que te deseo, Trivial Media 

Textos: RODRIGO M. MALMSTEN, RAUL PERRONE 


Cast:

I: Franco Robledo, José J. Maldonado, Ornella Ruiz Días, Walter Giordano, Mauricio Argüello


Contact:

Trivial Media. Pablo Ratto
T +54 9 11 5117 1969 E pablo@trivialmedia.com.ar
W trivialmedia.com.ar FB raulperroneperro


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Raúl Perrone Argentina

He was born in Ituzaingó, in the Buenos Aires province, in 1952. A large part of his filmography was screened in Bafici, including Tarde de verano (‘06), La Navidad de Ofelia y Galván and Canada (‘07; Best Director award in the Argentine Competition), 180 grados (‘09), Los actos cotidianos (‘10), and P3nd3jo5 (...



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