Moon of Avellaneda (2004)

Sobre o filme

Similar to so many others in the Argentine, Moon of Avellaneda is one of these social institutions founded by French, Spanish, and Italian immigrants. In the twenties and thirties, the clubs were venues for leisure, meetings, and encounters and, from the forties until the seventies, the driving force for the suburbs. In the nineties, however, they met with difficulties. So much so that the descendants of the founders of Moon of Avellaneda have decided to transform the club into a casino. The trials and tribulations that Argentina itself experienced in the same period are shown, symbolically, through the club.

Título original: Luna de Avellaneda

Ano: 2004

Duração: 143 minutos

País: Argentina

Cor: color, 35mm


Roteiro: Juan José Campanella, Fernando Castets, Juan Pablo Domenech

Fotografia: Daniel Schulman

Elenco: Ricardo Darín, Eduardo Blanco,Mercedes Morán, Valeria Bertolucci, Atilio Pozzobon

Produtor: Fernando Blanco, Gerardo Herrero, Jorge Estrada Mora, Adrían Suar