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40 years after its premiere, why not give up on Revenge Time?

40 years after its premiere, why not give up on Revenge Time?

30th July would be absolutely 40 years after the premiere Of a film that can be classified without fear of exaggeration among the best in national cinema: time for revengeby Adolfo Aristaran. to celebrate anniversaries, Canal Volver Its broadcast on Tuesday 27 hrs 22 . will do.

He was Winner of several awards in 1982. Internationals include First Prize at the Havana Film Festival and America’s Grand Prize at the Montreal Film Festival.

Among the nationals, Silver Condors for Best Actor (Federico Luppi), Best Director (Adolfo Aristarán), Best Original Screenplay (Aristarán) and Best Film from the Argentine Association of Film Critics.

Federico Luppi With Julio Di Grazia In &Quot;Time For Revenge&Quot;.

Federico Luppi with Julio di Grazia in “Time for Revenge”.

what is it about

Former trade unionist Pedro Bengoa (Luppi), after “cleaning up” his past, gets a job in the mines of the Tulsaco company, where he meets a former colleague, Bruno Di Toro (Ulysses Dumont), who, sometime later, Offers a plan: Simulate an accident and pretend to be dumb to seek compensation. But something unexpected happens.

Meditation: Next, the note contains spoilers. The plan after the accident was to show that Di Toro had lost his speech to negotiate compensation with the company. But the explosion gets out of hand and Di Toro takes his life, while Bengoa is clearly left speechless.

The company suspects this was a deliberate maneuver and initially refused to pay compensation. But then he offers Bengoa half a million dollars. Despite this, the former trade unionist changed his mind, and decided to launch a lawsuit against the company. a) yes, lead the struggle to its end results.

Federico Luppi With Ulysses Dumont In &Quot;Time For Revenge&Quot;.

Federico Luppi with Ulysses Dumont in “Time for Revenge”.

Aristarne and Luppi-Dumont pair

It is Aristarne’s fourth film, although it is only his second film that can be called a writer’s work, as on his first film, the lion’s share (1978), made after almost ordering two commercial products, beach of love (1979) and love disco (1980).

and it was youn Show-off vehicle for the opening stage of the Luppi-Dumont pair, which later became one of the core tenets of national cinema by working together again last day of victim (1982), There will be no more sorrow or forgetfulness (1983), The year of the rabbit (1987), no option (1995) and rosarigasino (2001), among others.

He also had major roles in the cast Hedi Padilla, Julio di Grazia and Rodolfo Ranni. Other famous names in the cast were Aldo Barbero, Enrique Lipores, Arturo Mali and Ingrid Pelicori.

Federico Luppi With Julio Di Grazia In &Quot;Time For Revenge&Quot;.

Federico Luppi with Julio di Grazia in “Time for Revenge”.

metaphor or not?

time for revenge During the four decades since its premiere, it was at times considered a metaphor for repression and a state of violence during the last military dictatorship. According to this view, Bengo’s silence – the character played by Federico Luppi – would symbolize a society that is silent and intimidated by fear.

For its part, the fictional multinational Tulsaco itself would represent the dictatorship, and The imprisonment of the hero in the hotel will refer to the secret kidnapping. These performances, despite their good intentions, have done nothing but detract from the film.

the alleged metaphorical content of time for revenge In fact, it is outside of the work itself, in its interpretation of its interpretations or even in some of Aristar’s statements, but is not tense and exciting in the nearly two hours that the film goes on.

A review suggests that it is at best textual in the classical tradition. The characters have such a polished humanity that they resist any chance to become fanatical. or symbols of nothing.

At the same time, the proven narrative ability of Aristarne, never better taken to the zenith of perfection than here, You don’t need to resort to encrypted keys or hidden meanings for the sake of the world, one morality and one country at one point.

Hedi Padilla With Federico Luppi In &Quot;Time For Revenge&Quot;.

Hedi Padilla with Federico Luppi in “Time for Revenge”.

part for whole

time for revenge Obviously, he speaks of dictatorship, fear and subjugation, but he does so in a direct and concrete way. If it were a metaphor, it would speak of an abstract dictatorship, of a country that never existed. The realism of the staging and the concrete references in the various lines of dialogue no doubt indicate which is the actual context.

For example, it is explicitly said that Bengoa is a dynamitor who managed to hide his past as a union leader in order to get a job at a multinational mining company. It is also a mistake to attribute the rhetorical material to Tulsaco, when the subjugation of the employees and the abuse of violence is literally enough to understand what is being talked about.

In any case, we can say that time for revenge is a synonym character: that is, that Wants to describe a part to refer to the whole. Due to forced tactics in the face of censorship, Aristotle refrained, to state a few things, but He didn’t have to lie to do that.

Federico Luppi And Ulysses Dumont In &Quot;Time For Revenge&Quot;.

Federico Luppi and Ulysses Dumont in “Time for Revenge”.

best movie about dictatorship

And in a movie where the characters play out moral issues all the time, Director’s ethical decisions become decisive. Yes time for revenge he was the one bahadur movie It was okay to take charge of what he was saying.

The film’s narrative premise is basic: using Bengoa’s sudden silence as a strategy to fool the Tulsaco company. With his silence, Bengoa not only defies the law, but defeats it.

That silence is the perfect narrative tool for organizing a network of power relations. Between the characters, a means for moral choices to get in the way of each of them.

The film presents themes played for cinema of the time, such as the Ford Falcon that dumps a corpse into the street, or the final dismemberment being the price Bengo would pay for his adventure. a) yes, Time of Revenge stands out as the best film about a dictatorship made during a dictatorship.