Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

La vida después

Just like the break-up album, the break-up film has become a genre in itself. How do you keep on living when your everyday loops are forever broken? In this case –in Franco Verdoia and Pablo Bardauil’s second film after their 2006 debut, the collective film Chile 672– the ending is the first thing we learn, and the its consequences are treated with a great structural delicacy that follows each struggling half all throughout identical portions with long, minded and at times uncomfortable shots. Supported on Carlos Belloso and María Onetto’s precise and contained performances, which oscillate between despair and resignation, Life After finds a new and elegant way new to insert itself into the tradition of speaking about whatever happens when love ends despite our will, and about the pathetic and spectral gestures destined for something that will never be back. AG

English title: Life After
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 78
Seconds: 0

D: Pablo Bardauil, Franco Verdoia

G: Pablo Bardauil

F: Jorge Dumitre

E: Delfina Castagnino

DA: Cristina Nigro

S: Martín Litmanovich

M: Federico Travi

P: Felicitas Raffo, Andrés Longares, Pablo Bardauil

PE: Felicitas Raffo, Andrés Longares

CP: CEPA Audiovisual, Lupa TV


María Onetto, Carlos Belloso, Rafael Ferro, Esteban Meloni, Sandra Villani


CEPA Audiovisual. Felicitas Raffo
T +54 11 4775 8400 +54 9 11 5993 0265
E -
W FB peliculalavidadespues

Tuesday 21 - 22:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 5
Tickets sold out

Thursday 23 - 17:40 h
Village Recoleta Room: 9
Buy ticket

Pablo Bardauil Argentina

 Pablo Bardauil was born in Buenos Aires in 1963. He’s a Literature major (UBA) and trained as an actor. 

View +

Franco Verdoia Argentina

Franco Verdoia was born in Córdoba in 1977, trained as an actor and graduated as a filmmaker at Eliseo Subiela’s Professional School of Film. Both co-directed the feature-length film Chile 672.

View +