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José sells doors and windows in suburban Buenos Aires. Beleaguered by the crisis, he decides to emigrate. While starting the paperwork, his brother Julio starts flirting with delinquency.

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Locarno (Switzerland). 2005 (Video Competition)
BAFICI (Argentina) 2005 (Official Selection – Out of competition)
Mar del Plata (Argentina) 2005 (Vitrina Argentina)
UNCIPAR, Villa Gesell (Argentina) 2005 (Closing Film)
Buenos Aires Underground (Argentina) 2005
Vila do Conde (Portugal) 2006
Saladillo – Cine con Vecinos (Argentina) 2006 (Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor)

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“While concealed, the title refers to a place, but also to the tangled web of intertwined relationships, where happiness is pure absence. Without a unique story that works as mainstream narrative, Bosques describes a world where marginality is a habit, stealing a way to survive among many, sex a system of daily exchange, and death a frequent and unoriginal outcome. With a nervous and vibrant style, a direction of nonprofessional actors that has not been seen in a long while, and a very precise use of sets and real location and reality-effect that is shocking, the debutantes Quattrini and Campusano achieve a film that is part of the most powerful lines of the “new Argentine cinema”. the brevity of the film leaves a bitter taste and a desire for more. Everything indicates that it will arrive quickly.”
Sergio Wolf – BAFICI Catalogue

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Cast: Julio César Araujo, Ana Graciela Quiroga, Gustavo Gastón Castro, José Campusano, Eliseo Sánchez Y Marcelo Vuletich.

Directors: José Campusano and Gianfranco Quattrini
Story: José Campusano
Cinematography: Gianfranco Quattrini
Editing: Francisco Corral, Diego García and Gianfranco Quattrini
Sound Recordists: Claudio Setrak and Ignacio Elustondo
Sound Design: Ignacio Elustondo

Year: 2005
Duration: 52′

Full movie (with subtitles):