|228||2016. 04. 30||14:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4||HEK19|
|620||2016. 05. 04||14:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM||HEK19|
|839||2016. 05. 06||21:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM||HEK19|
This is a surprisingly delightful film containing the Jewish customs and social reality of Argentina. Ariel returns home after a long absence. He tries to see his father but only hears the phone ring. His father gives him orders over the phone. Every day, his father’s shop which is a charity organization is crowded with people with demands and those who serve them. Amidst the situation, Ariel is attracted to Eva, a beautiful woman who helps with the charity work. Ariel finds out she also has difficulties with her parents, which only makes him like her more. Unfortunately, she demands strict Jewish customs of the man who dates her. Ariel agonizes between new customs and a longing for love and begins to learn Jewish customs. The highly talked of film is a black comedy that intermixes Argentina’s reality and Jewish culture. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Producer||Daniel BURMAN, Diego DUBCOVSKY|
|Art Director||Margarita TAMBORNINO|
|Cast||Alan SABBAGH, Julieta ZYLBERBERG, Usher|
Born in 1973, Argentina. He studied law before changing to audiovisual media production. A founding member of the Academy of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts of Argentina. Lost Embrace (2004) won the Silver Bear at Berlinale International Film Festival and in 2008 the Robert Bresson Award awarded to him by the Vatican. The Tenth Man premiered at the Berlinale International Film Festival Panorama in 2016.
After years away Ariel returns to home to reconnect with his father. But his father staves off a meeting with his son; instead he keeps roping him into a number of small assignments.