Wind with the Gone (comedy)

Movie Summary

The movie “Wind with the Gone” is a comedy that tells the story of a small village in Patagonia with a rundown cinema, where film copies arrive almost destroyed with improbable edits. One day a taxi driver from Buenos Aires arrives by chance and falls in love with a critic. A French star also arrives, who teams up with a beautiful innkeeper. It is a funny and original eulogy of nature, humans, and cinema.

Movie Review

The movie “Wind with the Gone” is a unique and hilarious take on the love for cinema and its ability to bring people together. It is a charming and delightful story that is beautifully shot against the stunning backdrop of Patagonia. The characters are all quirky and endearing, and their relationships and interactions give the movie a warmth and heart that makes it truly special. Overall, it is definitely worth watching, especially if you are a fan of unconventional comedies.

Director: Alejandro Agresti is a prominent figure in the Argentine film industry, with a career spanning over three decades. He has directed numerous films and TV shows, many of which have received critical acclaim and awards. Some of his notable films include “Valentín”, which was selected as the Argentine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 74th Academy Awards, “Buenos Aires Vice Versa”, which won the Silver Condor for Best Direction, and “The Lake House”, which starred Hollywood actors Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.

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