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TRUST NO ONE, CIRCLE AWARD

At the End of the Tunnel

RODRIGO GRANDE
Argentina, Spain, 2016
120 minutes, Color
Official website

Alone in a sprawling, ramshackle house and confined to a wheelchair, Joaquín (Leonardo Sbaraglia) passes his days in the dank basement, chain-smoking and puttering with old computers that seem as useless as he appears. When a vibrant young woman, Berta (Clara Lago), and her mute daughter, Betty (Uma Salduende), arrive in response to an ad for a renter, Joaquín's old routine is upset and the new one grows increasingly upsetting. While the dilapidated house turns almost sunny with Berta's attention, events turn darker. Hearing noises through the wall, Joaquín discovers a low-tech crime in progress, with criminals digging a tunnel to a nearby bank. Soon, a surprisingly resourceful Joaquín springs into action. As the plot repeatedly twists and turns, we're not sure who is on the good side, or why. Writer-director Rodrigo Grande has crafted a tense, atmospheric update on the heist movie that thrills to the very end.—Dave Nuttycombe

In Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday's screening will be followed by a reception sponsored by the Embassy of Argentina

Co-presented with the Embassy of Argentina

TRUST NO ONE, CIRCLE AWARD

At the End of the Tunnel

RODRIGO GRANDE
Argentina, Spain, 2016
120 minutes, Color
Official website

Alone in a sprawling, ramshackle house and confined to a wheelchair, Joaquín (Leonardo Sbaraglia) passes his days in the dank basement, chain-smoking and puttering with old computers that seem as useless as he appears. When a vibrant young woman, Berta (Clara Lago), and her mute daughter, Betty (Uma Salduende), arrive in response to an ad for a renter, Joaquín's old routine is upset and the new one grows increasingly upsetting. While the dilapidated house turns almost sunny with Berta's attention, events turn darker. Hearing noises through the wall, Joaquín discovers a low-tech crime in progress, with criminals digging a tunnel to a nearby bank. Soon, a surprisingly resourceful Joaquín springs into action. As the plot repeatedly twists and turns, we're not sure who is on the good side, or why. Writer-director Rodrigo Grande has crafted a tense, atmospheric update on the heist movie that thrills to the very end.—Dave Nuttycombe

In Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday's screening will be followed by a reception sponsored by the Embassy of Argentina

Co-presented with the Embassy of Argentina


Saturday, April 22
6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales - $14.00 at the theater
Thursday, April 27
8:45 PM
- $14.00 at the theater

Embassy of Argentina

Trailers may not have subtitles but all of our foreign language films do.
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