Today at BFI “South American Renaissance”: Crane World (Trailer)

05/08/2010 at 10:10 am Leave a comment


Crane World
Pablo Trapero‘s auspicious debut charts an amiable Everyman’s attempt to restart his life in middle-age.
5 Aug 20:40

Crane World
The prolific Trapero’s approach – the immediate shooting style, use of non-actors, real locations and stories from everyday life – has become synonymous with the revolution in Argentine filmmaking. The engaging empathy with his characters is all his own. This auspicious debut follows a middle-aged man’s struggle to forge a new career as a crane operator in Buenos Aires – a far cry from his former glory as a rock star.
Director Pablo Trapero
Cast Luis Margani, Adriana Aizemberg, Daniel Valenzuela
Country Argentina
Year 1999
Running time 89min

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