Bandoneon-player Tomi Lebrero sets on a journey with two mares and a colt he will tame on the way. A singer and strong supporter of Peron and a guitarist from Santiago del Estero are some of the hilarious characters with whom the musician will share advices and songs during this horse movie.
There are as many different reasons to go on a trip as there are different kinds of trips, and it would have been easy for singer/songwriter Tomi Lebrero to explain the one he embarks on in He Ain’t Gonna Make It with some kind of chatter about self-discovery, adventure spirit or the search for the roots of his amazing musical eclecticism. Not at all: Lebrero travels because he wants to, because what the hell. In that absence of any kind of rationalization lies an important part of the charm of this pleasant, libertarian documentary that prefers to trot rather than gallop, in order for us to get a detailed description of a land where songs, camaraderie and quite a few absurdities come up without much effort, and where even horses can suddenly become seasoned multi-instrumentalists. AM
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He directed the documentaries BA Rap (Bafici ‘14) and Jungle Boyz (Bafici ‘15).
He directed the documentaries Oro nestas piedras and El jardín secreto (Bafici ‘10).
A bandoneon player and singer-songwriter, he wrote the score for UPA! Una película argentina (Bafici ‘07).