Gastón DupratGuillermo Francella, Luis Brandoni, Raúl Arévalo
Argentina / Spain / 2018 / 105 minutes / DCP
While films chase the new and nubile, sometimes the old men simply have more fun. Like the impossible painter Renzo (Luis Brandoni, represented with the actual exquisite canvasses of Argentine artist Carlos Gorriarena) and his long-suffering gallery owner Arturo (Guillermo Francella), who make the Buenos Aires art world dance, finally, to their tune. While mortality and deception haunt the film, it is the creative, strained and resilient bond of these two men that renews us. From the director of The Distinguished Citizen (41st).