Frontage as a profession of faith: argentine filmmaker Perel parks his car in front of several buildings which served as headquarters for Argentine industries or companies and, over a fixed shot, reads in detail a 2015 government report listing how each company sacrificed their politically active employees on behalf of the local dictatorship. His voice projects a rotten past, which allowed to safeguard an autocratic State through the complicity (and active participation) of the local economic elite. Revealing and painful, urgent and timeless, a devastating film as it remembers our shared Latin history. (E. V)
Filmmaker born in 1976 in Argentina. He holds a degree in Arts from the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature (University of Buenos Aires). His films have been screened in international film festivals, such as: Berlinale (Forum), Viennale, Rotterdam, FIDMarseille, Cinéma du Réel, IndieLisboa, Ficunam, Yamagata, Sheffield, DokuFest, BAFICI, Documenta Madrid, La Havana, Underdox, Porto/Post/Doc, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Madrid/Berlin.
Cinéma du Réel