The Long Night Of Francisco Sanctis Argentina 2016 | 80 min | OV with german s.t. | Colour | FF 2016
Francisco MárquezAndrea Testa (1987) and Francisco Márquez (1981) studied at the Enerc film school in Buenos Aires. The Long Night Of Francisco Sanctis is her debut feature and won the main prize in the international competition at the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festiva
Andrea TestaAndrea Testa (1987) and Francisco Márquez (1981) studied at the Enerc film school in Buenos Aires. The Long Night Of Francisco Sanctis is her debut feature and won the main prize in the international competition at the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival.
rated for 0 + yearsIn 1977, Argentina is under the cosh of a brutal military junta. The long night of Francisco Sanctis begins in the car of an old girlfriend whom Francisco hasn't seen for years. She gives him the names and addresses of two dissidents who are due to be picked up that evening by the police, before probably being tortured. Francisco is supposed to find the two men and warn them. He refuses. He buried his political ideals long ago and isn't interested in risking his own life for others. But he can't ignore the request. All night long, Francisco roams the city, plagued by his conscience and trying to find a solution. Filled with an atmosphere of paranoia and the constant feeling of being watched, the drama gets deep inside a moral conflict.
Orig. Title: La larga Noche de Francisco Sanctis
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Spanish
Director: Andrea Testa, Francisco Márquez
Screenplay: Andrea Testa, Francisco Márquez basierend auf einer Vorlage von Humberto Constantini
Cast: Diego Velázquez, Laura Paredes, Valeria Lois, Marcelo Subiotto, Rafael Federman
Producer: Andrea Testa, Francisco Márquez, Luciana Piantanida
Sprachfassung: OV with german s.t.
Music: Abel Tortorelli
Camera: Federico Lastra
Cutter: Lorena Moriconi
Format: dcp unencrypted
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