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A small lonely universe. An apartment filled with obsolete objects and ornaments, where darkness rules. There she lives, Rose. In front, another universe, lonely too: a timeless flat, unadorned, devoid of useful objects. There he lives, Marcelo. A medical student with no money and no friends. Everything changes when these two worlds come together.
Ariel Perelman is an attorney, like his father. And, because it is customary in Argentina to do so, the people refer to them both as Dr. Perelman -- regardless of whether they mean the father or the son. Yet it is not so much sharing the same name that bothers Perelman Junior as not knowing if he is beginning to look just like his father -- or at least, the exact opposite. (IFC First Take Films)
A story of a first, bittersweet encounter between a father and his young adult son, Lost Embrace conjures up an ensemble of engaging characters who pursue their humble dreams with gentle humor, irresistible passion and an infectious generosity of spirit. (New Yorker Films)
In Buenos Aires, a van loaded of bombs in the Once District was detonated by terrorists in an attack to the AMIA, Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, which had people working for its centenary party and killing eighty-five persons and injuring three hundred. A group of ten Argentinean directors decided to prepare this docudrama composed of ten 10-minute shorts with their individual view of this unforgiving crime in homage to the sad event.