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Kékszakállú Argentina 2016 | 72 min | OV with English subtitles | Colour | FF 2016

Gastón Solnicki

Gastón Solnicki (*1978) was born in Argentina and studied at the International Center of Photography and the Tisch School of the Arts in New York. His second film Papirosen premiered in 2011 at Locarno and in Buenos Aires won the main prize at the BAFICI independent film festival.

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A group of young women on the threshold of adulthood. In almost documentary fashion, the film accompanies them during their everyday lives, with their families, at school, at work, with their friends and lovers. Their experiences and development are characterized by the recession in Argentina, which has long since also come to affect the social elite. Old privileges and certainties are gone – and the women are forced to create a life for themselves with their own abilities and their own ideas. Which is both a form of Iiberation and a burden. The impressive coming-of-age film was inspired by Béla Bartók's opera Bluebeard's Castle (A kékszakállú herceg vára) about a young woman's fateful curiosity and uses musical motifs from the opera.
Original title: Kékszakállú
Film type: Fiction Feature
Original language: Spanish
Section: Vitrina
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Language and subtitles: OV with English subtitles
Director: Gastón Solnicki
Screenplay:
Cast: Laila Maltz, Katia Katia Szechtman, Lara Tarlowski, Natali Maltz, Maria Soldi, Pedro Trocca, Denise Groesman
Producer: Gastón Solnicki, Iván Eibuszyc
Director of Photography: Diego Poleri, Fernando Lockett
Music: Béla Bartók
Production Design:
Editor: Alan Segal, Francisco D'Eufemia
Sound: 0
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Format: dcp
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Production: Filmy Wiktora; Frutacine
Contact: Gastón Solnicki, Filmy Wiktora: gastonsolnicki@gmail.com, Iván Eibuszyc, Frutacine: frutacine@hotmail.com

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