- Argentina / Belgium / Brazil / Germany / France / Switzerland
- 1h 49min
- Directed by: Benjamín Naishtat
- Cast: Darío Grandinetti, Andrea Frigerio, Alfredo Castro
Claudio (Grandinetti) is a provincial lawyer in Argentina in the 70s who gets into an altercation with a stranger at a restaurant. Murky, noir-like thriller which has echoes of Chinatown in its picture of a country that has lost its moral compass. An expertly crafted, deeply satisfying thriller.
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Rojo2 Sep 2019
Twisty and deeply satisfying Argentinian thriller from writer-director Benjamín Naishtat
There is something rotten at the heart of 1970s Argentina in Rojo. Benjamín Naishtat's twisty, murky, noir-like thriller has echoes of Chinatown as it uses an individual story to reveal a country that has lost its moral compass. The tone is…
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