Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Nosotros, ellos y yo

Some people say that 2000 years ago the Romans kicked the Jews out of Israel. Persecutions, diasporas, and a return to the promised land. In that complex web, Argentina emerged later, accomodating thousands of life stories. And so, now it’s 1999 and a kid yells: “Party on!”. He sets out on his first trip to Israel, and it’s all about partying. However, the passage of time provides weight and an orientation: Us, Them, and Me emerges like a puzzle. It comes and goes up to the heart of a millenary culture, and sheds light on a geopolitical conflict casts a shadow on the region since forever. Guarded cities, exploding bombs, massive praying, rough fates, blood-spilled lands, and a Gaza Strip where the sun still shines inspite of  everything. Almost unintentionally, Nicolas Avruj’s camera becomes a witness of confrontations and risings: the pain of otherness, the opression of a lurking state of war, and living in fear. And having that fear incarnating into everyday life. HP 

English title: Us, Them, and Me
Year: 2015
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 88
Seconds: 0

D, F: Nicolás Avruj

G: Nicolás Avruj, Alejandro Dujovne, Andrea Kleinman

E: Andrea Kleinman

DA: Giorgina Mesiano

S: Leandro De Loredo

M: Simja Dujov

P: Diego Lerman, Nicolás Avruj

PE: Diego Lerman

CP: Campo Cine


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Nicolás Avruj Argentina

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1975. He worked as a producer in films like The Invisible Eye (2010), Soi Cumbio (Bafici ‘11) and Refugiado (2014). He directed the short film Al dedos frente (1998). Us, Them, and Me is the first feature-length film he directs. 

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