To escape the drudgery of a failed marriage, Celina accepts an invitation to spend a few days at the country estate of a friend she has not seen since college. Once there, she quickly realizes there is something strange about Paula, her friend’s stepdaughter. The girls Martina and Nené are also acting suspiciously. Celina then discovers that Paula tried to kill herself. In a mix of dreams and reality, life and death, Celina realizes that the place she hoped would cure her of own distress is not what she expected it to be. Horizon Section, Venice 2013.
Born in 1974, in Chacabuco, Argentina. He studied piano, music writing and literature at Buenos Aires University. Has taught at Universidad del Cine and Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. His directorial debut came with Esas cuatro notas (2002). Two years later he made Otra vuelta, a feature film presented in several festivals. He attended an artistic residency in Cannes. In 2011, he directed The New Life.