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In a climate of threats and harassment, a prosecutor and his assistant create an investigation team made up of inexperienced young people to carry out the most important trial in Argentine history: to convict those responsible for the last military dictatorship.
The screening of November 4th at 5:20 pm is close captioned for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Born in Buenos Aires, Santiago Mitre co-directed Love (Part One) which premiered in Venice’s Critics’ Week 2004. El Estudiante (The Student) (2011), his solo debut, won the Jury Special Prize in Locarno and was screened at TIFF and NYFF. Paulina (2015) won the Grand Prix of Critics’ Week and the FIPRESCI award at Cannes. La cordillera (The Summit) (2017) was selected for Un Certain Regard at Cannes. He recently released his fourth film Petite Fleur. Argentina, 1985 is his fifth feature as a writer and director.