Alambrado

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Alambrado
Alambrado film poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Directed by Marco Bechis
Produced by Roberto Cicutto
Diana Frey
Oscar Kramer
Written by Marco Bechis
Lara Fremder
Starring Jacqueline Lustig
Martin Kalwill
Arturo Maly
Music by Jacques Lederlin
Cinematography Esteban Courtalon
Edited by Nino Baragli
Release dates
August 1991
Running time
90 minutes
Country Argentina
Italy
Language English

Alambrado (English: Barbed Wire) is an 1991 Argentine and Italian film written and directed by Marco Bechis.[1]

The film starred Jacqueline Lustig, Martin Kalwill, and Arturo Maly.

Plot[edit]

The southernmost tip of Patagonia, in Argentina near to the Straits of Magellan, is an interesting place, with some of the roughest seas in the world.

It's a good location for a resort for travelers. As such, a British corporation has purchased property to build an airport.

However, holding up plans is a stubborn Irish rancher who won't sell his land.

In order to fight the proposed plans he fences in his land and at the same time fences in his two late-teenaged children.

Eva Logan (Jacqueline Lustig) is particularly frustrated at this event as it prevents any romantic options she has.

Exhibition[edit]

The film was first presented at the Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland in August 1991.

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

Wins

Nominations

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