Fabrizio Rongione (Two Days, One Night), Stephanie Cléau (The Blue Room), Elli Medeiros (The Shock of the Future), Alexandre Trocki (film debut), Gilles Privat (Hellphone), Juan Pablo Geretto (film debut), Carmen Iriondo (film debut), Yvain Juillard (Tokyo Anyway), Pablo Torre Nilson (film debut), Juan Trench (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andreas Fontana (film debut), director, writer; Mariano Llinás (The Sky of the Centaur), writer; David Epiney (Back to Stay) and Eugenia Mumenthaler (Menuet), producers; Paul Courlet (film debut), composer; Gabriel Sandru (Köpek), cinematographer; Nicolas Desmaison (Tristesse Club), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In late 70s Argentina, private banker Yvan (Rongione) arrives from Geneva with his wife Ines (Cléau) to replace a colleague who has mysteriously gone missing in military-rules Buenos Aires. As he navigates his way through Argentinian society whilst under heavy surveillance, Yvan begins to untangle a web of colonialism and corruption…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Debut filmmaker Andreas Fontana presents a slick and stylish portrayal of international governance in this political thriller where you, like the characters, are always watching over your shoulder.