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Verena Kuri, Sofia Brockenshire – One Sister #Venezia73

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An affecting film, tensed and sharp, on a quest for her disappeared sister fom a girl in rural Argentina. Simple but intense, and riveting.

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10 min. and 9 sec.

PODCAST | Angelo Acerbi interviews directors Verena Kuri and Sofia Brockenshire, who talk about their new movie One Sister, from the 73rd Venice Film Festival.

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Kuri and Brockenshire tells us how it is to manage a four-hands-direction of a film with a defined and blocked budget and a determined schedule that cannot be moved, either. Some choices were forced but luckily so, as the film is well paced and intriguing and with a smart ending.

ONE SISTER. In a small Argentinian backwater town, a young woman sets out on a solitary search for her sister who has disappeared without a trace. When the family’s car appears in flames on the bank of a nearby river, Alba falls deeper into a world of bureaucratic frustrations, bringing her to the edge of despair. Her journey drags her back to the river, where a silent witness seems to provide the only calm that’s left.

  • Reporter
    Angelo Acerbi
  • Guest
    Verena Kuri, Sofia Brockenshire
  • Interviewee role
  • Film title
    One Sister
  • Festival section
    Biennale College Cinema
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