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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Como pasan las horas / The Hours Go By
Horizontes Selection
Como pasan las horas

The way that a day goes by in a typical family: the father goes off to the beach with his son to play, go for a walk and chat with the fishermen. The mother takes the grandmother out of the old-peoples home where she is spending the end of her life to go for a walk and relive some memories. The hours in this film go by in a serene, peaceful, unhurried and rather melancholy way. An intimist poem in which the dialogues are spoken quietly so they don't get in the way of the sounds of nature, with camera-work that is attentive but distant, as if it were overcome by an overpowering sense of modesty.
Buenos Aires, 1964. She studied Directing at Bournemouth (UK) and Buenos Aires. Her work includes teaching Filmmaking in Rosario and Scenic Research Workshops in Buenos Aires, scenic arts curator at Buenos Aires Modern Art Museum and theatre director in the underground circuit in addition to directing advertising cinema in Argentina, Peru and Uruguay. She directed her first feature film, La entrega, in 1999.
Inés de Oliveira Cézar
Inés de Oliveira Cézar, Daniel Veronese
Gerardo Silvatici
Roxana Berco, Guillermo Arengo, Agustín Alcoba, Susana Campos, Pedro Recalde
Running Time
99 m.
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