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A great film to pay homage to big cinema

Humor of the most acidic, ironies, intrigues, remarkable performances and a script that is gradually discovered to surprise.
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16 May, 2019

Making a great film not only does its viewers good, it also does cinema good, because it honors it, transcends it and somehow also gives it prosperity, as it adds to the audience’s love for the seventh art.

< a rel = “noreferrer noopener” aria-label = "Juan José Campanella is well used to us, his films convey his love for cinema and contagion it, are massive and take on everyday and mobilising social values. “El Son of the Bride” (2001), “Luna de Avellaneda” (2004) and “El Secreto de sus Ejos” (2009) are three very good examples. eva tab)” href =” https://www.serargentino.com/pasiones/espectaculos/juan-jose-sabia-que-hacer-con-walter "target = "_blank" > Juan José Campanella is well used to us, his films convey his love for cinema and contagion it, are massive and take on everyday and mobilising social values. “The Son of the Bride” (2001), “Moon of Avellaneda” (2004) and “The Secret of Her Eyes” (2009) are three very good examples.

But in “The Tale of the Weasels” his love went a little further, because through a remake he sought not only to maintain his remarkable quality of work, but to honor his teachers and film referents. The first of them is José Martinez Suarez, his first and great teacher from whom he took the remarkable “Los Muchachos de antes no use Arsenic” (1976) to make a new version, respecting his DNA and aggiornandola, as appropriate, achieving a film as captivating as it is enjoyable.

This point comes his references and tributes that also takes the original references of “Los Muchachos…” in “Sunset Boulevard / El Ocaso de una Estrella” (1950), the extraordinary and dramatic film of Billy Wilder (reference of both José and Juan), although in local cases we are talking about black comedies.

A powerful cast with < a href =” https://www.serargentino.com/pasiones/espectaculos/cine/homenajearon-al-incaa-en-el-festival-de-malaga-cine-en-espanol "target = “_blank” rel = “noreferrer noopener” aria-label = "A powerful cast with Graciela Borges, Luis Brandoni, Oscar Martinez and Marcos Mundstock, accompanied by Nicolás Francella and the Spaniard Clara Lago. ironies, intrigues, remarkable performances and a script that is gradually being discovered to surprise just as much as the story needs it. (opens in a new tab) "> Graciela Borges, Luis < a rel = “noreferrer noopener” aria-label = "A powerful cast with Graciela Borges, Luis Brandoni, Oscar Martinez and Marcos Mundstock, accompanied by Nicolás Francella and Spaniard Clara Lago. Humor of the most acidic, ironies, intrigues, remarkable performances and a script that is gradually discovering to surprise just the most the story needs it. (opens in a new tab)” href =” https://www.serargentino.com/pasiones/espectaculos/el-cafe-era-mi-pequeno-mundo "target = "_blank" > Brandoni, Oscar Martinez and Marcos Mundstock, accompanied by Nicolás Francella and Spaniard Clara Lago. Humor of the most acidic, ironies, intrigues, remarkable performances and a script that is gradually discovered to surprise just as much as the story needs it.

Las Weasels is the title that José would have given to his original film, congratulations to Juan Jose for this new and enjoyable film, for keeping alive the memory of cinema and for loving José so much.

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