Sordid, sexually explicit and brutally honest, the celebrated Argentinian actor Edgardo Castro's directorial debut initiates us in the liturgy of excessive nightlife—a hell into which no one descends willingly but the silent dying, slaves to the routine of solitude.
The Night, directed by Edgardo Castro. Argentina, 2016. 135’. DCP. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles, ages 18+
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