An Argentinian Dutch and Latin Comedy Drama where a young naive girl Marcia (Tatiana Saphir) learns about her sexuality. Marcia is kidnapped by 2 punk women Mao (Carla Crespo)& Veronica ...
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Matias and his mother Laura, find themselves forced to hurriedly abandon the house they live in to escape another outburst of violence from Fabian. Matias is 8 and Laura is newly pregnant. ... See full summary »
An Argentinian Dutch and Latin Comedy Drama where a young naive girl Marcia (Tatiana Saphir) learns about her sexuality. Marcia is kidnapped by 2 punk women Mao (Carla Crespo)& Veronica Hassan (Lenin). They take her to a coast which Marcia had never seen before. Eventually three women get familiar to each other and end up at Lenin's Grandma's friend, Aunt Blanca's (Beatriz Thibaudin) house as paying guest. There everybody discovers and rediscovers the relationships and affect each other. Written by
Unlike other reviewers below, I was completely captivated by this bittersweet little road movie (and I'm apparently not alone - check out the awards link for this film). With absolutely no contrivance or sentimentality, director Diego Lerman takes you into the small moments of a handful of lost souls as they gradually, almost accidentally, come to discover hope, redemption and love. I won't soon forget the images, performances and emotions of this small gem. Bravo!
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