Santa Lives In My Town

Direction
Year 
2018
Country
  • Argentina 
Runtime
76min 
Audio Tracks 
Subtitles 

There are lots of movies about Christmas. Many, too many, perhaps. But this is not a movie about Christmas. This is one about the construction of fiction, about the protagonists of the farce: those angelic beings who, dressed in red and white, greet us with a “ho, ho, ho”. Néstor Frenkel is usually recognized for his ability to see the world with curious eyes, to discover characters as extravagant as they are charming and to transform their stories, for them simple and daily, in extraordinary events.

Premiered at BAFICI, Santa Lives In My Town is no exception. It is an endearing film about bearded men who, dressed as Santa Claus, cheer all of our December, despite the overwhelming heat of the city and the poor ventilation of their suits. It is for them, in addition to being a job, being Santa Claus is a life mission, and Christmas is something that is lived all year round.

Details

  • Original Title
    Todo el año es Navidad
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Néstor Frenkel
  • Cast
    Juan Carlos Marino, Ricardo Castro, Hugo Taddei, Néstor Gallo, Eduardo Cuevas, Carlos Bige, Raúl Espineda, Oscar Grimaldi, Carlos Giaché, Fabián Orce, Walter Zeni
  • Cinematography
    Diego Poleri
  • Editing
    Néstor Frenkel
  • Music
    Gonzalo Córdoba
  • Sound
    Fernando Vega, Hernán Gerard
  • Runtime
    76 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2018
  • Country
    • Argentina
  • Format
    • Colour

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