Plan B (2009 film)

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Plan B
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Marco Berger
Produced by Martín Cuinat
Written by Marco Berger
Starring Manuel Vignau
Lucas Ferraro
Mercedes Quinteros
Music by Pedro Irusta
Cinematography Tomas Perez Silva
Edited by Marco Berger
Release date
  • March 27, 2009 (2009-03-27) (Buenos Aires Festival)
  • March 3, 2011 (2011-03-03) (Argentina)
Running time
106 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Plan B is a 2009 Spanish language comedy-drama film by Argentine director Marco Berger.

Plot[edit]

Bruno (Manuel Vignau) is dumped by his girlfriend Laura (Mercedes Quinteros); so Bruno's mind plans a cold, sweet vengeance on Laura's new boyfriend Pablo. Bruno wants to manipulate Pablo to dump Laura by sleeping with her. When that plan doesn't seem to be working, Bruno conceives of "Plan B": seducing Pablo and stealing him away from Laura himself.

Bruno discusses his ideas and his progress with his friend Victor (Damián Canduci), a sort of partner in crime and a sounding board for Bruno. As according to his plan, Bruno begins a clandestine "relationship" with Pablo.

However, along the way, there is an increasing affinity between Bruno and Pablo. The two men bond easily and quickly around a few common interests and memories from their younger days. Using alcohol and light drugs also helps them to get close, making them consider their own sexualities in a new light. By the end of the film, they slowly fall for each other.

Cast[edit]

  • Manuel Vignau as Bruno
  • Lucas Ferraro as Pablo
  • Mercedes Quinteros as Laura
  • Damián Canduci as Victor
  • Ana Lucia Antony as Ana
  • Carolina Stegmayer as Verónica
  • Antonia De Michelis as Madre Victor
  • Ariel Nuñez Di Croce as Javier
  • Khaled El nabawy as Adel Abdelaziz

Screenings[edit]

The film was an official selection at the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema (BAFICI), at The Rome International Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, and films festivals in Havana, Palm Springs, Bilbao, Toulouse, Amsterdam and Melbourne.[1]

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