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The Invisible Eye

The Invisible Eye

A Feature film by Diego Lerman

Release in France : 11/05/2011

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Co-production :

Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo

Film exports/foreign sales :

Pyramide International

Foreign production companies :

Campo Cine, Imval Producciones, Mediagrama

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Pyramide Distribution

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Buenos Aires, March 1982. On the streets of the Argentinean capital, people are challenging the military dictatorship.

María Teresa is a supervisor at the Colegio Nacional in Buenos Aires, the establishment that trains the country’s future elite. She is 23 and wants to do things right. Mr Biasutto, the head supervisor, immediately sees in her the zealous employee that he has been waiting for and teaches her to become the vigilant eye attentive to everything but that avoids attracting the attention of others: the invisible eye.

María Teresa then throws herself into the relentless surveillance of this tiny, closed world, imagining, detecting, pursuing...

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Full credits (13)

Assistant Director :

Federico Rotstein

Screenwriters :

Diego Lerman, Maria Meira

Co-producers :

Dominique Barneaud, Marc Bordure

Sound Recordist :

Leandro de Loredo

Press Attaché (film) :

Annie Maurette

Production Designer :

Yamila Fontan

Costume designer :

Sandra Fink

Author of original work :

Martin Kohan

Foreign producers :

Nicolas Avruj, Diego Lerman, Rafael Alvarez

Director of Photography :

Alvaro Gutiérrez

Production manager :

Jimena Monteoliva

Editor :

Alberto Ponce

Music Composer :

José Villalobos

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Feature film

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France, Argentina, Spain

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Minority French (France, Argentina, Spain)

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Runtime :

1 h 35 min

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Dolby SRD

Rating restrictions :

Suitable for all viewers, with warnings