Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

La princesa de Francia

Saturday 25 a las 12:55 h

Competencia Oficial Argentina

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 5

Tickets sold out Functions

The initial sequence of this film is not just memorable and absolutely genius, but it also speaks of a masterful stage and choreographic ability: Matias Piñeiro’s third Shakespearian feat opens way through a Soccer 5 field shot from some balcony in Buenos Aires with a score by Schumann. With the help of Fernando Lockett’s great eye and a remarkable acting direction, the theater materials turn into the pure cinema the director has got us accustomed to. Piñeiro takes both his characters and the narration to the extreme, and invites us to make up the puzzle of Víctor’s love life as he returns to Buenos Aires from Mexico and gets surrounded by a series of women: his girlfriend, his ex-girlfriend, his friend, his lover, etc. The free work on a series of Shakespeare comedies, together with musical and pictorial references –like the painting by William A. Bouguereau the film got its title from–, radial elements, and the lucidness of a great orchestrator, delivers a film that transcends all references and assumes its own mark. VB


English title: The Princess of France
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 70
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:

D, G: Matías Piñeiro 

F: Fernando Lockett 

E: Sebastián Schjaer

DA: Ana Cambre 

S: Mercedes Tennina, Daniela Ale, Emilio Iglesias

M: Julián Larquier, Julián Tello, Juan Chacón 

P, PE: Melanie Schapiro

CP: Trapecio Cine 

 


Cast:

Julián Larquier, Agustina Muñoz, María Villar


Contact:

Trapecio Cine. Melanie Schapiro
T +54 9 11 5756 2690
E melanieschapiro@gmail.com  
W trapeciocine.com.ar


Thursday 23 - 22:00 h
Village Recoleta Room: 5
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Friday 24 - 17:00 h
Village Recoleta Room: 5
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Matías Piñeiro Argentina

Born in Buenos Aires in 1982, he studied at Universidad del Cine and later trained in Harvard. He directed El hombre robado (2007), They All Lie (2009), and Viola (winner of BAL 2012 and the Best Actress and FIPRESCI awards at the 15 th Festival), as well as the medium length film Rosalinda (2010), all of them screened at Bafici.



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