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Free tickets for VLAFF closing-Limited offe for Reel Causes members!

From: Mohamed I.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 10:49 AM
Free tickets for VLAFF closing-Limited offer!
FREE tickets for VLAFF closing this Sunday!
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For Reel Causes members only: A limited number of free tickets for the closing of VLAFF this Sunday- Sept 9th- at Empire theatre,Thanks to our community partners at VLAFF!

Please email your name as it appears on your membership card to ([address removed]) and you will be getting a confirmation
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Un cuento chino - Closing Night Gala
Director: Sebastián Borensztein Producers: Gerardo Herrero, Juan Pablo Buscarini, Pablo Bossi, Isabel García Peralta Screenplay:
Sebastián Borensztein Cinematographer: Rodrigo Pulpeiro Editor: Fernando Pardo Music: Lucio Godoy Principal Cast: Ricardo Darín,
Huang Sheng Huang, Muriel Santa Ana

For over 20 years, introverted hardware store owner Roberto (Ricardo Darín of the Oscar-winning The Secret in Their Eyes)
has lived virtually shut off from the outside world. Roberto’s orderly yet lonely existence is disrupted when Jun, a young man
from China stumbles into his path. Jun has just landed in Buenos Aires in search of his uncle, his only living relative,
but does not speak a word of Spanish. Roberto suddenly finds himself the custodian of this stranger as he is unwillingly
caught up in Jun’s predicament. In this funny and heartwarming tale, destiny’s intersections are many and they may
even divulge the film’s curious opening sequence of a cow falling from the sky.

Sebastián Borensztein was born in Buenos Aires in 1963. His work on popular Argentine TV series such as “el garante,” won
him four Martin Fierro awards. His feature film debut, La suerte está echada won the Audience Award at Trieste.
Un cuento chino, his third feature, won the Marc’Aurelio Jury Award for Best Film at the Rome Film Festival,
the Spanish Goya Award for Best Iberoamerican Film, and the Argentine Academy Award for Best Film and Best Actor.
It was also seen by close to a million cinema-goers in Argentina, making it the most successful Argentine film of 2011.
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