• Kékszakállú
  • Kékszakállú
  • Kékszakállú
  • Kékszakállú
  • Kékszakállú
  • Kékszakállú

​An unconventional portrait of several women immersed in their bodies, friends, lovers, routines, and, above all, in economic and spiritual recession. The Argentinian economic tur moil serves here as a trigger for wealthy young women raised in a world of privileges to flee towards a truly liberating experience. Loosely inspired by the opera Bluebeard's Castle, the film takes shape as a generational inertia, tale with stories of women trapped by work and time-off hours in Buenos Aires and Punta del Este. Venice and Toronto film festivals, 2016.​

Gastón Solnicki

Gastón Solnicki

​1978, Argentina. He majored in film from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Filmography: Süden (Special Mention at BAFICI and screened at FID Marseille, 2008), A Gesture (short, Rotterdam and FID Marseille, 2010), Papirosen (Locarno, Rotterdam and best film at BAFICI and Jerusalem Film Festival, 2011), Enjoy Yourself (short, Locarno and Vienna; 2012), and Este a Székelyeknél (BAFICI and Vienna 2014).​