El Bonaerense (2001)
Sobre o filme
A 35-year-old Zapa is a regular, hard-working guy, a locksmith living in rural Argentina. When his boss asks him to do a special job for some special clients, Zapa agrees - he has no choice. They break into a drug store and Zapa cracks the safe. The clients - police officers - stuff their bags, swearing Zapa to silence.
The next day he’s arrested. His policeman uncle makes a deal with his colleagues: they’ll let Zapa go if he disappears. Zapa leaves his family and the rich red soil of his birthplace for the concrete wastes of Buenos Aires, where he signs up as a police cadet. After months of punishing training, he graduates with flying colours. Zapa is now a Bonaerense: a member of the most brutal and corrupt police force in Argentina.
Título original: El Bonaerense
Duração: 92 minutos
Cor: color, 35mm
Direção: PABLO TRAPERO
Roteiro: Pablo Trapero
Fotografia: Guillermo Bill Nieto
Elenco: Jorge Roman-Zapa, Dario Levy, Mimi Arduh, Hugo Anganuzzi, Victor Hugo Carrizo,
Produtor: Pablo Trapero, Andres Wood
Música: Pablo Lescano, Damas Gratis