It’s not something that happens to most of us, but it must be disgusting and especially upsetting. Let them take pictures of us, come into our privacy, enter our house, shake our stuff.
All this, and anything else, happens to the character of Daniel Handler in KEOP/S SYSTEMA genre film, an action comedy with some extreme violence that does not take privacy violations seriously, except as a detective story, with two friendly characters (Handler and alan sabbagh), everyone is ready to find out what’s behind the title system of the second film with Nicholas Goldbart as director.
Fernando’s (Handler) life is somewhat indescribable until, surfing the Internet, he comes across a site that promises huge profits in a short amount of time. With nothing to lose — or, better, nothing to do — fill out a form. When I click, everything will change.
Daniel Hendler and Alan Sabbagh, friends in trouble. Photo Cinetrain
In a building not far from an apartment, they record it. He warns her, and when he learns that the door to his house has been forcibly made, he turns to the police, who take the matter lightly. He doesn’t. Accompanied by Israel (Sabbagh), his friends and those with whom he has film projects that fall apart for different reasons, they begin to investigate who the spies are, what they aim for and who they follow.
Very well filmed by Goldbart, one of the editors who do most of the works in Argentine cinema, Hendler had already starred in Goldbart’s first feature, the premiere. Step 7 (2010), in which he had to ask neighbors to care for his pregnant wife in a building quarantined due to the presence of a virus.
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Handler tries to find out who is behind the spy he is a victim of. Photo Cinetrain
KEOP/S system, which was seen in the most recent edition bafikI, where he was in international competition, may be a somewhat long story, centered almost exclusively on the relationship of friends and recounts the story of Fernando and his wife (Violet Urtizberia) and their daughter.
Goldbart played an almost exclusively male universe, much of an action film, numerous fights, blood and nods for magazines from the ’80s, and Rodrigo Noya and Gaston Cochiarle, with Esteban Lamothe among the “bad guys” in the film. .
Action and Violence presents the new film from Nicholas Goldbart. Photo Cinetrain
The relationship between Fernando and Israel, their dialogue, their half-lies, is the best thing about this film that sets out to entertain, and succeeds.
Action / Suspense. Argentina, 2021. 120′, Sam 16. from: Nicholas Goldbart. with: Daniel Hendler, Alan Sabbagh, Rodrigo Noya, Gaston Cochiarle. rooms: Hoyts Unicentre, Cinépolis Avelaneda, Showcase Belgrano and Norcentre.
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