Today at BFI “South American Renaissance”: Nine Queens (Trailer)

04/08/2010 at 10:52 am Leave a comment

Nine Queens
A grifter hopes to make a mint out of counterfeit stamps.
4 Aug 18:20
5 Aug 18:20

Nine Queens was a rare, fabulous foray into genre by Argentina’s new wave – a consummate con-movie, with a deliciously shifty Ricardo Darín as a grifter hoping to make a mint out of counterfeit stamps. Vividly filming on location in Buenos Aires, writer-director Bielinsky slyly incorporated the country’s very real economic crisis into his story’s sting. Hollywood paid its usual respects by remaking the film – nowhere near as well.
Director Fabián Bielinsky
Cast With Ricardo Darín, Gastón Pauls, Leticia Brédice
Country Argentina
Year 2000
Running time 115min


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