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MIRNA

by Corso Salani

synopsis

A boat moves up a river and a hand drifts in the water’s current. The river banks pass swiftly by, revealing rusting, abandoned landing stages. Mirna, a beautiful Argentinean woman of twenty-five, is leaving Buenos Aires, a city she finds too big and too complicated. She is looking for a place to live, somewhere in the Andes that will suit her. Thus begins a kind of road-movie through Argentina, through snow-tipped mountain landscapes, where the only sound is that of the wind.

original title: Mirna
country: Italy
year: 2009
genre: documentary
directed by: Corso Salani
screenplay: Corso Salani, Vanessa Picciarelli
cast: Magalí Lopez, Anita Kravos
cinematography by: Corso Salani
film editing: Corso Salani, Vanessa Picciarelli
music: Marcadores Nuevos
producer: Gregorio Paonessa, Fabrizio Grosoli, Marta Donzelli
production: Vivo Film, Ventura Film
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