Wednesday, October 26 - Tuesday, November 1, 2011
This clever romantic comedy explores how the architecture of a city influences the lives of two of its residents. Paying homage to Buenos Aires, the film examines how urban chaos, as well as new technologies, can both unite people and keep them apart. Mixing animation, photography and graphics, it delves into the isolation and anxieties that are a staple of life in a noisy, crowded city that still exerts an irresistible charm.
Official selection: Berlin Film Festival
- Country Argentina
- Language Spanish
- Running Time 92 minutes
- Website sundanceselects.com
- Director Gustavo Taretto
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