In Argentina, more than eight thousand people die every year in road accidents at a daily average of twenty-two. Only the last decade has seen one hundred thousand deaths. Behind every tragedy, there is an industry. Sosa is a lawyer specialised in road accidents and close to recovering his licence. He moves through emergency rooms of public hospitals and funeral houses in the suburbs of Buenos Aires in search of potential customers. Luján, is a young doctor from the province, trying to make a living out of many jobs: ambulances, hospital ER, emergency services. This love story begins the night Luján and Sosa meet on the street.
PABLO TRAPERO (*1971) is seen as one of Argentinian cinema's best story-tellers. In 2012, FILMFEST HAMBURG howed his film White Elephant. The Clan ran in competition in Venice and in Argentina attracted audiences of more than 500,000 in its first four days - a record for Argentinian cinema.
Alejandro Fadel, Martín Mauregui
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