San Sebastian Film Festival 2010

Eleven films from different Latin American countries will compete for the Horizontes Award, carrying a 35,000 euro prize.

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It's Your Fault It's Your Fault
It's Your Fault and Abel
Abel (Country: Mexico; Year: 2010; Director: Diego Luna; Writer: Diego Luna and Augusto Mendoza; Stars: Christopher Ruíz-Esparza, Karina Gidi, Gerardo Ruíz-Esparza, José María Yazpik)
A peculiar young boy, blurring reality and fantasy, assumes the responsibilities of a family man in his father's absence.
Cold Water Of The Sea (Agua Fría De Mar) (Country: Costa Rica, France; Year: 2010; Director: Paz Fábrega; Writer: Paz Fábrega; Stars: Lil Quesada Morúa, Montserrat Fernández, Luis Carlos Bogantes)
A couple on a trip to the beach have an unexpected encounter with a runaway child.
The Invisible Eye (La Mirada Invisible) (Country: Argentina, Spain, France; Year: 2010; Director: Diego Lerman; Writer: Diego Lerman, María Meira; Stars: Julieta Zylberberg, Osmar Núñez, Marta Lubos, Gaby Ferrero)
A teacher spies on the boys' toilets, trying to catch them secretly smoking, and finds herself developing a voyeuristic habit.
It's Your Fault (Por Tu Culpa) (Country: Argentina, France; Year: 2010; Director: Anahí Berneri; Writer: Anahí Berneri, Sergio Wolf; Stars: Erica Rivas, Nicasio Galán, Zenón Galán, Rubén Viani, Marta Bianchini)
When a single mother takes her injured son to the hospital, the suspicions she encounters turn her world upside down.
Lo Que Más Quiero (Country: Argentina; Year: 2010; Director: Delfina Castagnino; Writer: Delfina Castagnino; Stars: Leonardo Castañeda, Pilar Gamboa, Esteban Lamothe, María Villar)
Two women escaping from day to day life in southern Argentina try to work out what it is they really want.
Cold Water Of The Sea Cold Water Of The Sea
Cold Water Of The Sea and Post Mortem
Nostalgia For The Light (Nostalgia De La Luz) (Country: France, Germany, Chile; Year: 2010; Director: Patricio Guzmán; Writer: Patricio Guzmán)
A documentary about astronomers in Chile's Atacama Desert who gather to consider the stars while beneath the ground lie the remnants of ancient civilisations.
Norberto's Deadline (Norberto Apenas Tarde) (Country: Uruguay, Argentina; Year: 2010; Director: Daniel Hendler; Writer: Daniel Hendler; Stars: Fernando Amaral, Eugenia Guerty, César Troncoso and Roberto Suárez)
A beginner real estate agent discovers that while he's bad at lying to other people, he's very good at lying to himself.
October (Octubre) (Country: Peru; Year: 2010; Director: Daniel Vega, Diego Vega; Stars: Bruno Odar, Gabriela Velásquez, Carlos Gassols)
When a moneylender finds himself sole carer of his newborn baby, his neighbour offers to help, hoping to win his heart.
Post Mortem (Country: Chile, Mexico, Germany; Year: 2008; Director: Pablo Larraín; Stars: Alfredo Castro, Antonia Zegers, Jaime Vadell, Amparo Nobuera, Marcelo Alonso)
A mortuary worker begins an unlikely romance with a burlesque dancer against the backdrop of Chile's 1973 military coup.
Puzzle (Rompecabezas) (Country: Argentina, France; Year: 2009; Director: Natalia Smirnoff; Writer: Natalia Smirnoff; Stars: María Onetto, Gabriel Goity, Arturo Goetz)
A middle aged woman discovers a new zest for life after finding that she has a passion for puzzles.
Nostalgia For The Light Nostalgia For The Light
Nostalgia For The Light and Norberto's Deadline
A Stone Throw Away (A Tiro De Piedra) (Country: Mexico; Year: 2010; Director: Sebastián Hiriart; Stars: Jacinto Medina, Gabino Rodríguez)
A young shepherd goes on a life-changing journey after coming across a key lying on the ground.
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