|Directed by||Jorge Lanata
Andrés G. Schaer
|Produced by||Cecilia Bossi|
|Written by||Jorge Lanata
Juan Pablo Domenech
|Music by||Andrés Goldstein
José María 'Pigu' Gómez
|Editing by||Andrés G. Schaer
|Distributed by||Buena Vista International
Patagonik Film Group
|Release dates||7 October 2004|
|Running time||90 minutes|
Deuda (English language: Debt) is a 2004 Argentine documentary film directed and written by Jorge Lanata with Andrés G. Schaer. The film premiered on 7 October 2004 in Buenos Aires . The film was nominated for a number of Silver Condor awards for Best Documentary (Mejor Largometraje Documental) and Best Screenplay, Feature-Length Documentary (Mejor Guión Largometraje Documental) recognising directors Jorge Lanata and Andrés G. Schaer. At the 2005 World Soundtrack Awards the score musicians Andrés Goldstein and Daniel Tarrab were also nominated for an achievement award.
Deuda is the story of a pursuit the search for the responsible for the televised cry of hunger of Barbara Flores, an eight-year-old Argentine girl. The film focuses on institutional corruption in Buenos Aires, Washington, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and general international bureaucratic lack of interest. The film also includes interviews with high ranking IMF officials including Anne Kreuger.
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