Lucrecia Martel / AR, ES, FR, JP, 2001 / 103 min.
This cinematic wonder by Lucrecia Martel chronicles the disintegration of a wealthy family: red wine binges, murky swimming pools, spectral grandmothers, girl crushes and mad dogs. A ominous and sweltering debut that gets deep under the skin.
A ramshackle family in the small provincial town of Salta in Argentina is the perfect vehicle for director Martel’s sultry film about class differences, nature, sexuality, political unrest and stagnation.
50 Years of IFFR, 75 Years of Filmmuseum
The anniversary programme Vive le cinéma! embraces film as the seventh art and offers a survey of films that have defined the history of the IFFR and Eye Filmmuseum.
This is part of
AR, ES, FR, JP
Vive le cinéma! Art & Film
To mark the 75th anniversary of the Filmmuseum and the 50th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), Eye and the IFFR have selected five film directors from five continents as a way of celebrating the unlimited power and diversity of world cinema, which is so vital for the programming.