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    The Quietude

    Directed by Pablo Trapero
    Argentina | 117 minutes | U.S. Premiere | World Cinema Now

When Eugenia and Mia’s father has a stroke, the elder daughter is forced to return to La Quietud, the family ranch in Argentina. Along with their mother, they will have to face long held resentments and family secrets to be able to come together.

Schedule

January 6, 2019 1:30 PM Mary Pickford is D'Place Tickets not available
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January 11, 2019 5:00 PM Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center) Tickets not available
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film synopsis

Festival favorite, Argentine writer/director Pablo Trapero reunites Academy Award® nominee Bérénice Bejo, Martina Gusman (his wife) and Edgar Ramírez in the follow up to his 2016 hit The Clan. Centered on three women, his new family drama with a political dimension sees Eugenia (Bejo), who has been living in France for years, reunite with her mother Esmeralda and younger sister Mia (Gusman) on the family's seemingly peaceful ranch, La Quietud. As the father's health rapidly deteriorates, the tranquility of the setting quickly gets overshadowed when buried tensions come back to light and the consequences of a dark family past affect the present more than ever. Bejo and Gusman, whose uncanny resemblance is unsettling, make the film all the more captivating with their fascinating and troubling sister relationship. Years and an ocean apart, hidden feelings and unsaid things, have not weakened their bond and intense intimacy as both look to the other to feel complete.

In Competition for the CV Cine Award.

film details

Country: Argentina
Year: 2018
Running Time: 117 minutes
Premiere Status: U.S. Premiere
Language: in Spanish with English subtitles (deaf-friendly)
Director: Pablo Trapero
Producers: Pablo Trapero, Axel Kuschevatzky
Principal Cast: Martina Gusman, Bérénice Bejo, Edgar Ramirez, Joaquín Furriel, Graciela Borges
Cinematographers: Diego Dussuel
Editor: Alejandro Brodersonh, Pablo Trapero
Music: Papamusic
Screenwriter: Pablo Trapero
Primary Company: Sony Pictures International

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