Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Reflejo Narcisa

Saturday 25 a las 20:00 h

Section: Panorama

Malba Cine - Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415

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With the beautiful colors of a few days in autumn, this film joins Narcisa Hirsch, fundamental guiding light for Argentine experimental film, in her activities and meditations, without clearly determining where ones end and others begin. By revisiting photos and letters from the filmmaker’s mo...

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Salad Days

Saturday 25 a las 20:00 h

Section: Music

ArteMultiplex Belgrano - Av. Cabildo 2829
Room: 1

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Today it’s hard to believe, but there was a time when, in order to record an album, you had to be part of a label. And poor those who wanted to make music that didn’t fit with the industry standards of the time. Long before the arrival of the internet and of computers as portable studios...

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Fires on the Plain

Saturday 25 a las 20:00 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 10

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ōoka Shōhei, one of post-war Japanese literature’s greatest, had been called up to serve in ‘44, on the Philippines. What he describes in his 1951 masterpiece, Nobi, he knew –some of the unspeakable deeds too many soldiers committed during the final weeks of Imperial Japan (most me...

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Tired Moonlight

Saturday 25 a las 20:10 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 3

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There’s a genre (literary, musical, cinematic) ambiguously called Americana. It has to do with evoking a rural medium, a small, isolated town or city (it includes It’s a Wonderful Life, The Last Picture Show and even The Straight Story) and, in a more metaphorical way, with appealing the...

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Esto es lo que hay

Saturday 25 a las 20:20 h

Sections: Panorama Competencia DDHH

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 4

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In one of their many songs –the one entitled “What Belongs to Everyone Belongs to No One”, Los Aldeanos say, among many other things: “Justifying all with the blockade / you need to get a license to fart / I see, I see, how ugly this is getting (…) / no evil lasts a hu...

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The Lies of the Victors

Saturday 25 a las 21:00 h

ArteMultiplex Belgrano - Av. Cabildo 2829
Room: 3

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A military-industrial complex, dubious deaths, sickness, secrets, conspiracies, and an investigation that reminds us of State of Play. The Lies of Victors is a German political-journalist thriller about deception, power, and failure, which works, in rhythmic terms, just like a good Hollywood movie....

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Uncertain Terms

Saturday 25 a las 21:00 h

Section: Panorama

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 1

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Robbie, a man with relationship problems, goes to spend some time at his aunt’s. But “his aunt’s” is a house-shelter for pregnant teens. Robbie fixes some stuff at the house, works as a handyman and causes a fuss among the shelter’s population. There will be a love tria...

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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence

Saturday 25 a las 21:20 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 2

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There actually is a pigeon here, in the beginning: a stuffed one, therewith past wondering; some zombie-like-looking human gawks at it in seemingly dull incomprehension. The film’s anti-heroes, a pair of salesmen specialized in fun novelties like vampire teeth (with extra-long fangs!) are met...

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La profesora de piano

Saturday 25 a las 21:30 h

Section: Isabelle Huppert

Teatro San Martín - Av. Corrientes 1530
Room: L. Lugones

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The Piano Teacher’s study in lurid sexual pathology occasions a tour de force by Isabelle Huppert as the title character –a four-alarm lunatic with a heart consecrated to Schubert and a head churning up fantasies to make Leopold Sacher-Masoch blush. There’s hardly another actress i...

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Terciopelo azul

Saturday 25 a las 21:35 h

Section: Restored Classics

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 9

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The last real earthquake to hit cinema was Blue Velvet. There is much of what noir does best in here: Kyle MacLachlan’s Jeffrey Beaumont slips past the safety rails and hops right into a raging maelstrom of guilt and evil as blithely as any noir protagonist ever did; and Dennis Hopper’s...

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