Monday, 27 November 2017

Capital Celluloid 2017 - Day 346: Fri Dec 15

So Long Enthusiasm (Duran, 2017): ICA Cinema, 6.45pm

This is part of the Latin America Monthly strand, curated by ICA Cinema and Maria Delgado, director of research at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.

Here is the ICA introduction:
Axel is a ten year-old who lives with his mother Margarita, and his three twenty-something sisters in a flat in Montserrat, a once-aristocratic Buenos Aires neighborhood now fallen into decadence. Margarita requests to be locked up in her bedroom as part of a homemade treatment which remains partially unexplained. Axel and his sisters play the part of jailers of their own mother in this odd self-preservation agreement - this will be the arrangement between them until Margarita attempts to break it. Axel will then have to decide which of the contradictory orders given by his mother to follow.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Vladimir DurĂ¡n

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