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FAMILY LAW

by Daniel Burman

synopsis

Ariel Perelman is an attorney, like his father. And, because it is customary in Argentina to do so, the people refer to them both as Dr Perelman—regardless of whether they mean the father or the son. Yet it is not so much sharing the same name that bothers Perelman Junior as not knowing if he is beginning to look just like his father—or at least, the exact opposite.

international title: Family Law
original title: Derecho de familia
country: Spain, Italy, France, Argentina
sales agent: Celluloid Dreams
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniel Burman
film run: 102'
release date: FR 06/09/2006
screenplay: Daniel Burman
cast: Daniel Hendler, Arturo Goetz, Eloy Burman, Julieta Díaz, Adriana Aizenberg
cinematography by: Ramiro Civita
film editing: Alejandro Parysow
costumes designer: Roberta Pesci
music: Cesar Lerner
producer: Diego Dubcovsky, Daniel Burman, Amedeo Pagani, Marc Sillam, José M. Morales
production: Wanda Visión, Classic Srl, Paradis Films, BDCINE (AR)
distributor: Océan Films (FR)
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