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SO MUCH WATER

by Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge

synopsis

The story of Alberto, a father who, since his divorce, has spent little time with his children Lucía and Federico. One thunderous morning, all three set off for some thermal springs. The holiday is to be short and they want to make the best of it, especially the enthusiastic Alberto who hopes that nothing will foil his plans. But the thermal baths are closed until further notice and, as his children give his reproachful looks, Albert reacts in a split second and flies off the handle. Soon, everybody's nerves are on edge, as the humidity becomes increasingly sticky. Rain continues to fall, as the house rented by Alberto seems to be shrinking by the hour…

international title: So Much Water
original title: Tanta Agua
country: Uruguay, Netherlands, Mexico
sales agent: Alpha Violet
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge
film run: 102'
release date: NL 05/12/2013, DE 28/12/2013
screenplay: Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge
cast: Néstor Guzzini, Malù Chouza, Joaquin Castiglioni
cinematography by: María José Secco
film editing: Ana Guevara Pose, Leticia Jorge Romero, Yibrán Asuad
art director: Nicole Davrieux
producer: Fernando Epstein
co-producer: Tania Zarak, Laurette Schillings, Frans Van Gestel, Arnold Heslenfeld, Janine Jackowski, Jonas Dornbach, Maren Ade
production: Topkapi Films, Komplizen Film, Control Z Films/uruguay, Bonita Films/Mexico
distributor: September Film Distribution, Drei-Freunde