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75 Inhabitants, 20 Houses, 300 Cows

Argentina 2011, 70 min, Catalan, French and Spanish, Hebrew & English subtitles

Artist Nicolás Rubió was a boy when his family escaped the ravages of the Spanish Civil War to a small village in France. Years after immigrating to Argentina, he tries to paint his memories of the people and village who welcomed his family, saving them from a cruel fate. From suburban Buenos Aires, Rubió discovers that the process is more difficult than he expected. He calls old friends from Europe, goes over childhood letters and photographs, grasping any detail that might recover another part of his past. Fernando Domingo’s film moves between Rubió’s stubborn search and the enchanted past seen in his paintings, and takes the viewers on a picturesque cinematic journey in search of lost time.

75 Inhabitants, 20 Houses, 300 Cows website

Director, Script & Editing: Fernando Dominguez
Production: Fernando Dominguz
Production Company: La Pata De Juana, Incaa
Cinematography: Natalia De La Vega
Soundtrack: Pablo Grinjot
Print Source: La pata de Juana - Fernando Dominguez (lapatadejuana@gmail.com)Director CV
  • Fri 4/5 19:15, Tel Aviv Museum
  • Sun 6/5 12:00, Cinemateque 3
Fernando Dominguez studied film direction in Buenos Aires and Barcelona.
His short film It is not much that we inherited from our grandfather (2010), participated in more than a twenty international festivals and won awards.
In 2011 completed his first film 75 inhabitants, 20 houses, 300 cows.

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