• Director

    Inés Barrionuevo

  • Producers

    Sebastián Aloi, Luis Bustamante, Martin Bullrich

  • Screenwriters

    Andrés Aloi, Inés Barrionuevo

  • With

    Nina Dziembrowski, Maite Valero, Diego Sanchez

  • Argentina 2021. 103min

  • Language

    Spanish. With English subtitles

  • Sales Latido Films

Camila’s life is turned upside down when her single-parent mother moves the family to Buenos Aires. Enrolled in an educational establishment that is worlds away from the liberal institution she previously attended, the politically-minded Camila is like a breath of fresh air amongst the elite student body, soon drawing the attention of popular boy Bruno and fun-loving Clara. Whilst Bruno isn’t like other boys she’s dated before, it’s the flame haired Clara that stirs something stronger in Camila’s heart. But Clara is a girl with a secret, which could derail their burgeoning relationship before it even begins. Director Inés Barrionuevo brilliantly captures young adulthood in all its messy glory and draws out a mesmerising performance from Nina Dziembrowski as Camila.

Emma Smart

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