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by Martín Rejtman


One early morning, at the beginning of a very hot summer, Mariano, a sixteen-year-old teenager, returns home, jumps into the pool and does some laps with a stopwatch. Then he gets out and mows the lawn, where he accidentally cuts the mower’s power cord when he runs over it. Set on fixing it, he goes to find tools but stumbles across a gun that he brings back to his room to shoot himself twice. But Mariano survives: one bullet just grazed his head and the other one, he believes, is stuck somewhere inside his body even if the doctors can’t find it anywhere, nor any exit wound for that matter. The only aftereffect he seems to have is a mysterious double-note when he plays music with his friends, which according to him is probably the result of the bullet still being inside him. But Mariano’s impulsive act will have other consequences on the people surrounding him…

international title: Two Gun Shots
original title: Dos disparos
country: Argentina, Chile, Germany, Netherlands
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Martín Rejtman
film run: 104'
release date: NL 20/11/2014
screenplay: Martín Rejtman
cast: Susana Pampin, Rafael Federman, Laura Paredes, Mariel Fernández, Benjamín Coelho, Manuela Martelli, Walter Jakob, Camila Fabbri, María Inés Sancerni, Fabián Arenillas, Claudia Cantero, Daniela Pal
cinematography by: Lucio Bonelli
film editing: Martin Mainoli
art director: Mariela Rípodas
costumes designer: Paola Delgado
production: Pandora Filmproduktion, Waterland Film, Ruda Cine, Jirafa films
distributor: Just Film Distribution

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