Andrés Reads and Writes
Latin American Cinema • 1h 33m
Directed by Daniel Peralta • Drama • With Fernando Mena, Gianfranco Bosisio, Nicolás Bosman • 2016 • 96 minutes
Andrés Centeno, a young factory worker, spends his nights working long shifts, leaving him in a continuous state of drowsiness. Running into a piece of his own life story, Andres will realize that although he has lost its way and forgotten his teenage dreams, it’s still not to late. Peralta’s indie film quietly focuses on the mundane, pausing to look at the day-to-day in Andrés’ life. With an engaging performance at its core, this look at the anxiety that comes with realizing you haven’t quite lived up to your youthful expectations feels all too real.
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