Argentina, 198515

Directed by Santiago Mitre | Argentina | 2022 | 2h 20m | Spanish w/ English subtitles | Starring Ricardo Darín, Ricardo Darín, Francisco Bertín, Santiago Armas Estevarena, Alejandra Flechner

In 1980s Argentina, a young lawyer and his inexperienced legal team dares to prosecute the leaders responsible for the country’s bloodiest military dictatorship. A gripping and brilliantly acted courtroom drama telling the true story of the first major war crimes trial the world had seen since Nuremberg. Nominated for Best International Feature at this year’s Oscars.


‘There’s a fair bit of Hollywoodised emotion in this true-life courtroom drama, but it is managed with terrific flair and heartfelt commitment’
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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