Andreas Fontana’s debut feature is an unnervingly subtle drama about a Swiss private banker visiting clients in Argentina during the period of the military junta and ‘disappearances’
The heights of creatively hybridizing cinema and opera can be found in Leos Carax and Sparks' film and Robert Ashley's 1984 TV opera.
Andrea Fontana's debut film finds darkness behind the plush façade of Swiss banking and high-class society in Argentina's repressive 1980s.
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The Métis artist talks about her circuitous path to filmmaking, the collectivist making of her debut, and Indigenous storytelling.