In the Easter Week of 1987 the government of Raúl Alfonsín falters. Aldo Rico leads a military uprising that puts the country in suspense. The tension culminates in a meeting of President ... See full summary »
Juan meets Luciana at the worst point of his life. They build their relationship in atypical way: They spend the summer inside Badur Hogar elaborating together a series of lies that, unexpectedly, will lead them to face their truths.
Body-obsessed teenager Lucas and his mystically-inclined older sister, Gilda, unexpectedly become stranded when they travel to a nearly deserted coastal town to try to fulfill their dead mother's last wishes in whatever way they can.
A documentary that follows Mc Linn Da Quebrada, a black trans woman, performer and activist living in impoverished São Paulo. Her electrifying performances (with plenty of nudity) brazenly take on Brazil's hetero-normative machismo.
A recently separated Argentinian man and woman, with their two teenage children, go on a family holiday to Florianópolis, Brazil, where they become delightfully and problematically involved with the family from whom they rent a house.
Based on the remains of never-completed Argentine features from the archives of the film museum in Buenos Aires. The film is, as it were, a parallel film history: an essay like a ... See full summary »