A film by Fernando Zuber
This film was screened as a part of the CLA2020 Virtual Showcase
Argentina, Drama/Coming of Age/Disability/Road Movie, 2019
82 min, Color
Spanish with English subtitles
This is a story about a journey between a father and a son. The father is blind, his son can see. They return to the father’s childhood home in the countryside where Paraguay and Argentina seem to blend. That house and that forest are the last of his visual memories. The son is starting his life and going through puberty. His mission will be to guide his father but the journey will lead to enduring and unforeseen discoveries for both of them.
Fernando Zuber was born in Argentina in 1977. He studied filmmaking in Buenos Aires and has worked on the production of various television programs, short films and feature films. In 2000, he was awarded a scholarship at Fabrica, Benetton group’s research and communication center. His first feature film, SOLITUDE AT THE END OF THE WORLD has been shown in several festivals worldwide including Rotterdam, Torino, Mexico City, Gijon, Barcelona and Korea.
Producer: Nicolás Avruj , Diego Lerman, Nicolás Avrul
Screenwriter: Leonel D’Agostino, Diego Fleischer, Fernando Zuber
Cinematographer: Iván Gierasinchuk
Editor: Delfina Castagnino, Santiago Esteves
Sound Design: Diego Martinez
Music: Alberto Shwartz and Marcelo Zuber
Cast: Marcelo Subiotto, Benicio Mutti Spinetta, Luis Ziembrowski
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