Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
Festivales de Buenos Aires

Un dia perfecte per volar

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Sections:
Panorama / Careers


Premier americana
Functions

A father and his son find themselves surrounded by a landscape that takes them away from everyday life. A kite getting stuck on a tree is just the trigger for an explosive amount of narrated adventures that, in the end, stand as a family love story. 


“That being so, how many of us fight to really perceive our own children?”. The question posed by Stan Brakhage back in the ‘60s gets an elementary and solid answer in A Perfect Day to Fly. Because Marc Recha’s film is, among other things, one about how we sense the time passing by simply observing our children as they grow. The plot excuse is minimum: a man and a boy fly a kite and talk –that’s pretty much it. With this premise, Rocha’s familiar and intimate approach manages to braze a thrillingly essential element, in which a conversation between a father and his son sets up the film’s tempo. And the face of the remarkable actor Sergi Lopez modulates a tone that goes from luminous and unconcerned to a somber outcome. FG


Other title/s: A Perfect Day to Fly / Un día perfecto para volar
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 70
Country:

Team:

D, G: Marc Recha F: Hélène Louvart E: Belén López 
DA: Aitor Martos S: Pau Subirós M: Pau Recha P: Oriol Cortacans 
PE: Marc Recha CP: Batabat I: Roc Recha, Sergi López, Marc Recha



Contact:

Latido Films. Marta Hernando
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Monday 18 - 16:00 h
Village Caballito Room: 8

Marc Recha

He was born in Spain in 1970. At the age of 18 he travelled to Paris on a scholarship given by City’s Department of Culture, where he worked in his first film. Since then, he directed several short and feature-length films, including Where Is Madame Catherine? (2003), Little Indi (2009) and August Days (2006).




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