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On a mission to expose environmental crimes in the rural areas of Northern Argentina, idealistic scientist Valentina travels to the swamp town of Corrientes to test the local water supply. Relying on remote support from her student Nina, who's analyzing the data from her potentially contaminated samples, Valentina embarks on a quest into the dangerous Iberá wetlands.Written by
Ulf Kjell Gür
I loved it from start to finish. It's well-written, with good character development. There's not a clinker among the cast - they're well-cast and they're good actors. I really thought the acting was exceptional. The story has good drama. The scenery in marshes and in Antarctica is beautiful and put to good use as a backdrop for the scenes. The music together with the scenery was terrific. There's a good sense of when to make the music a bit wonky, both to provide a creative break for the viewer's mind to fill, and to express something unique; likewise the scenes where people who have died return - these were uniquely presented. The whole thing was beautifully filmed. The story is believable. Besides the film itself I enjoyed getting a glimpse of Argentine society - how the people talk with one another; the street scenes in urban and rural settings; the scientific advances; the courage in some and brutality in others. I loved it from the first scene.
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