The Aura (2005)
An epileptic taxidermist finds himself caught up in a heist.
Carancho (2010)
An ambulance-chasing lawyer forms a relationship with a young doctor.
Chinese Take-Away (2011)
A grumpy shopkeeper lends a helping hand to a young Chinese man who cannot speak his language, and his life changes forever.
Kamchatka (2002)
A family tries to evade capture following the military coup in Argentina.
Nine Queens (2000)
Two small-time con artists in Buenos Aires attempt a high level rare stamps fraud.
The Secret In Their Eyes (2009)
A man looks back at a crime that happened a quarter of a century previously.
The Signal (2007)
Film noir sees a down-at-heel gumshoe get mixed up an with Argentinian mafioso's moll.
Son Of The Bride (2001)
Fortysomething businessman discovers the value of family over success.
Truman (2015)
A terminally ill man spends four days with an old friend.
White Elephant (2012)
The story of the friendship between two priests who settle in a Buenos Aires slum area to carry out their ministry and social work.
Wild Tales (2014)
Vulnerable before a reality that can suddenly be modified and become unpredictable, the characters of Wild Tales cross the thin line that divides civilization from brutality.
XXY (2007)
Coming of age drama about an intersex teen.
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