Mid-life masculinity cops a serve in playful Spanish dramedy.
SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL: This is not an action film and the only thing that gets shot off here are a lot of barbs and back-chat at the expense of blokes, most of whom, on the available evidence, had it coming. Gay has a feel for deadpan comedy
A fine example of contemporary Argentinian cinema.
In present-day Buenos Aires, Juan, Gaston Pauls, needs money to help his father, who is in prison. While carrying out a minor swindle in a convenience store, Juan is spotted by Marcos, Ricardo Darin, a devilish-looking and very sophisticated con...