Lake Tahoe (film)
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|Directed by||Fernando Eimbcke|
|Produced by||Christian Valdelièvre
Jaime Bernardo Ramos
Juan Carlos Lara II
|Editing by||Adriana Martínez|
|Distributed by||Cine Pantera|
|Release dates||February 9, 2008
(Berlin Film Festival)
|Running time||85 minutes|
Lake Tahoe is a 2008 Mexican drama film, directed by Fernando Eimbcke. It premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in Germany on February 9, 2008 and won ten awards, including two Silver Ariels for best supporting actor (Hector Herrera) and best director.
The film follows a teenage boy who has crashed the family car and his prolonged attempts to find a new engine part to fix it. His and his family's grief at his father's recent death are also shown. The title is derived from a Lake Tahoe bumper sticker on the car.