Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

“This is pretty civilized,” says Simon while someone serves food on his plate, as if he was expecting his hosts to be anything other than a Charles Manson-like clan of savages. Simon’s untrusting reaction during his short visit is probably the same one spectators would have if they would have look closely at these four youngsters. They are two boys and two girls from London, who moved into a country house in order to get away from the noises of the world, live under their own rules, and play a game (or experiment). While they mock society’s routines and its institutions, they claim to have no interest in the outside world and maintain very active (although rigorously regulated) sexual relations with each other. We don’t know exactly what the enviable protagonists of this opera prima are hiding from. But we shouldn’t expect these questions to find their answers, only to come up one after the other like a mirror for the spectators. MK

 

Section: Panorama
Thursday 23 - 23:10 h
Village Recoleta Room: 6
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Saturday 25 - 19:55 h
Village Recoleta Room: 6
Tickets sold out

Spanish title: Escondida
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 80
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Joanna Coates  

G: Daniel Metz, Joanna Coates  

F: Ben HeckingE: Maya Maffioli  

S: Gunnar Oskarsson  

M: Paul Wallfisch

P: Daniel Metz  

PE: Matt Holt, David Grant  

CP: ShowBusiness Film


Cast:

Josh O’Connor, Hannah Arterton, Rea Mole, Daniel Metz, Joe Banks


Contact:

ShowBusiness Film. Daniel Metz
T +44 7806 887 030 E daniel@hideandseekthefilm.com
W hideandseekthefilm.com TW @hideandseekuk


Joanna Coates Reino Unido

She was nominated for the BAFTA awards, and his work includes the short films Where Are They Now? (2011) and Little Ones (2013). She directed documentaries for Channel 4, The National Theatre, Royal Opera House and The Guardian, among other organizations.



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