Avellaneda's Moon (2004)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Sport


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The story of a social and sports club in a Buenos Aires neighborhood and of those who try to save it from being closed.

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26 May 2004 | jmasci
7
| Good movie but not the best of Campanella
"Luna de Avellaneda" it's a good movie. Sometimes it reminds some Italian ones where "nostalgia" was used. The idea of the movie -talking about a social and sports club as a symbol of the Argentinian situation during the 90's is good, specially if it takes human feelings to explain the loss of some people values in the last decade. Exploring in feelings and contradictions of the human being is one of the best characteristic of Campanella's movies. Ricardo Darín, Mercedes Morán y Eduardo Blanco are very good in their characters specially Blanco. It's not a depressing movie although the topic can be sound like that. Actually, it has a hopeful message that tell us: "Never say that everything is lost". Nevertheless, "Luna de Avellaneda" isn't the best Campanella's movie. It repeats some concepts we saw in "Son of the Bride" or "Same love, same rain" -perhaps the best one.

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Release Date:

20 May 2004

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Argentina, Spain

Filming Locations

Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

ARS 328,762 (Argentina) (25 May 2004)

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