The Long Night Of Francisco Sanctis

Cannes 2016
Un Certain Regard
BAFICI 2016
Best Film
BAFICI 2016
Best Actor

The Long Night Of Francisco Sanctis

A Film by Andrea Testa & Francisco Marquez

2016 - Argentina - Drama - 2.35 - 80 min.

with Diego Velázquez , Laura Paredes , Valeria Lois , Marcelo Subiotto & Rafael Federman

Language: Spanish
Produced by Pensar con los manos

Buenos Aires, 1977. Francisco Sanctis, a family man living an eventless life, receives information about an upcoming kidnapping operation by soldiers of the dictatorship. In a race against the night, he will need to make the most important decision of his life: will he try to save innocent lives by risking his own?

Cannes 2016
Un Certain Regard
BAFICI 2016
Best Film
BAFICI 2016
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