WHO’S IN IT?
Darío Grandinetti (Talk to Her), Andrea Frigerio (The Distinguished Citizen), Alfredo Castro (Fuga), Laura Grandinetti (Russian Roulette), Diego Cremonesi (Green Waters), Susana Pampín (Incident Light), Claudio Martínez Bel (Tres Minutos), Mara Bestelli (Thesis on a Homicide), Rudy Chernicoff (The Truce), Rafael Federman (Two Shots Fired), Abel Ledesma (Marea Baja), Raymond E. Lee (The Games Maker), Fabiana Uria (The Plague)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Benjamín Naishtat (The Movement), director, writer; Emmanuel Chaumet (In Bed With Victoria), Federico Eibuszyc (Candelaria), Rachel Daisy Ellis (Neon Bull), Barbara Sarasola-Day (Deshora), Marleen Slot (Nieuwe Tieten), Ingmar Trost (3/4), Dan Wechsler (Fragile) and Jamal Zeinal Zade (Foxtrot), producers; Vincent van Warmerdam (The Northerners), composer; Pedro Sotero (Gabriel and the Mountain), cinematographer; Andrés Quaranta (History of Fear), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
During the mid-70s in Argentina, Claudio (Grandinetti) is a successful lawyer who turns a blind eye to the questionable practises of the regime in place. However, when he is violently attacked by a stranger (Cremonesi), he begins to find his perfect existence unravelling before his own eyes…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A hypnotic drama from filmmaker Benjamín Naishtat, Rojo takes a stern look at life in Argentinian politics and law during a time when it was rife with corruption and wrongdoings.