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Argentina, 1985: The truth is not tarnished

Argentina, 1985: The truth is not tarnished

Ricardo Darin and Peter Lanzani are the mainstays of Santiago Mater’s film, where reality and fantasy, rigor and even humor come together.

Word Truth On several occasions, appears both in the mouth of the hero and in written images of Argentina, 1985, As if that was the central issue behind which prosecutor Julio Cesare Strassera (Ricardo Darin) and Luis Moreno Ocampo (Peter Lanzani) in the historic trial of the military junta of the previous dictatorship, for serious human rights violations.

The work of both was between messiah and unimaginable in a nascent democracy, and no one expected the military to sit on the bench of the accused. Not even Strassera himself, who, along with Moreno Ocampo, brought together a group of inexperienced youth, but with the desire, to look for evidence that everything was put together by the 9 members of the board, when some justice staff dared to do so. ,

Bad smell. Prosecutor Strassera (Darin) addresses the defendants of the accused. He is accompanied by Moreno Ocampo (Lanjani). Photos Digicine

but yes Argentina, 1985 This, yes, a film that mostly takes place in the jurisdiction—a “trial” film, shall we say—has its feet in prosecutors and their daily environments as well.

It gives breadth to the record of the story. This brings it closer to the audience, and not just to Argentina.

fantasy and reality

a film by santiago miter It is rigid when the action takes place during the trial in the chamber, and is allowed to be examined and visualized when the camera is not. Mainly in the house – yes, we call home, not home – of Strascerus.

The Film Portrays Prosecutor Julio Cesar Strassera As A Sad, Distrustful Man With A Strong Sense Of Humor.

The film portrays prosecutor Julio Cesar Strassera as a sad, distrustful man with a strong sense of humor.

The effect his wife (Alejandra Flechner) and their children (Santiago Armas Estevarena, Gina Mastronicola) have on him as the protagonist feels in the midst of defeat and is cautiously optimistic whether he will court the truth. will be able to bring, for it to be imposed, is the principle upon which the prosecutor relies.

“People like me are not heroes,” Strassera says, words more, words less. He is a sad, distrustful man, who is always after the truth, who wants a fair trial for those who did not do so during the dictatorship and who also gave his teenage daughter to his other son… , see this For what is he doing in his passionate affairs?

The Influence Of The Nuclear Family Is, Perhaps Unintentionally, Significant On Strassera.

The influence of the nuclear family is, perhaps unintentionally, significant on Strassera.

And the director’s screenplay, which he co-wrote with Mariano Llinas, allowed the humor to decompress on more than one occasion, but at the same time to bring the audience closer and reduce tension.

The creation of characters, whether with brushstrokes or dialogues—Moreno Ocampo, who came from a military family, maintained by telephone with his mother, for example—is essential in a film based on the resources of most classic cinema, here. And the Hollywood of the Golden Age.

Peter Lanzani In A Key Scene: Luis Moreno Ocampo, Who Comes From A Military Family, Talks To His Mother.

Peter Lanzani in a key scene: Luis Moreno Ocampo, who comes from a military family, talks to his mother.

Santiago Mater made his solo feature film debut with The Independent. studentwas strengthened with teamwas tested in a more commercial cinema with regionand discovered the genre cinema with horror comedy Little FlowersReleased this year. Argentina, 1985 This shows him engaging and allows the film not to lose its course when it comes to appealing comedic contributions. It is a risky bet, but one that ends satisfactorily.

Darin and Lanzani pairing is remarkable, but the entire cast, from the most real characters to Laura Paredes (Sylvia Castro’s testimony is shocking), are so well interpreted that they don’t act.

Laura Paredes As Adriana Calvo: Her Testimony Is Heartbreaking.

Laura Paredes as Adriana Calvo: Her testimony is heartbreaking.

Strassera’s statement, since then considered a historical piece, is followed in all the works I saw in complete silence by the public. and “Judge: I categorically forgive any pretense of originality in order to close this indictment. I wish to use a phrase that is not mine, as it already belongs to the people of the whole of Argentina.” Hon’ble Judge : and neverThis is followed by applause, which covers the silence in the soundtrack which Miter decides to do with those later images of him being admired in the courtroom. Why the festival

american call amusing For films that captivate or delight the crowd, and that’s a word that fits perfectly to the moment for the film.

Together We Will All Be Successful.  Young People Helping Strassera And Moreno Ocampo In The Prosecutor'S Office.

Together we will all be successful. Young people helping Strassera and Moreno Ocampo in the prosecutor’s office.

The eyes of Javier, Strassera’s son, are present as several key moments in the story. it is in the generation where there is hope, which basically indicates Argentina, 1985 So that never exceeds the expression of desire.

“Argentina, 1985”

Very good

play. Argentina, 2022. 140′, Sam 13. of: Santiago Mater. Who: Ricardo Darin, Peter Lanzani, Alejandra Flechner, Laura Paredes, Santiago Armas Estevarena. Salas: Patio Bullrich, Atlas Caballito, Multiplex Belgrano and Lavalle.

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