Tag Archives: Edgardo Castro

Edgardo Castro – Las ranas AKA The frogs (2020)

Las ranas (2020) A woman visits her boyfriend, locked up in a prison a few hours’ drive away from Buenos Aires. Each week, she manages as best as she can to accomplish her mission: provide her boyfriend food, drugs and love. In an exercise of visceral realism, Edgardo Castro constructs a harrowing love story with Las Ranas. Read More »

José Luis Torres Leiva – Vendrá la muerte y tendrá tus ojos AKA Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes (2019)

Two women who have shared a lifetime together are faced with the disease of one of them. The sick woman decides not to follow any treatment and they both move to a small house in the forest until the day death comes to their lives. Read More »

Edgardo Castro – La noche (2016)


Gritty journey through the sexual underbelly of Buenos Aires, with graphic depictions of the highs and lows in one man’s quest for intimacy.

The story tells, from an accentuated hyper-realistic aesthetic, the life of Martin, a man in his forties who is desperately lonely and seeks, through sex, some company, to spend that time of which nothing seems to be expected. Under this constant desolation, he finds in cocaine, alcohol and in some other orgy a state of momentary pleasure every night. Read More »