José is a young journalist who gets fired over refusing to write an article about an American film crew, overdramatizing the situation, in Argentina. When he goes looking for his old girlfriend, he runs into serious difficulties with the crew again. In a recent trip to Dublin, the director came across two Irish men, Darren O’Neill and Colm Rowan. It is said that after a week socialising and drinking with the two, he became inspired to make “Loving Fat Women” a sequel to his original movie. In it, he recaps the exploits of the Irish pair on his visit to Ireland and the many hefty women they encountered on their soirees. —Wikipedia
Alejandro Agresti (born June 2, 1961 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine film director and producer.
Alejandro Agresti, is best known in the United States for the feature Valentín, the story of a young boy who dreams of becoming an astronaut while attempting to better the bewildering world around him. This internationally acclaimed feature earned Agresti the Silver Condor (Cóndor de Plata) by the Argentine Film Critics Association for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, Best Film and Special Jury Award at the Mar del Plata Film Festival, the Golden Calf for Best Director at the Nederlands Film Festival, and the Audience Award at the Newport International Film Festival.
Agresti’s other films include El Viento se llevó lo que (“Wind with the Gone”), Un mundo menos peor (“A Less Bad World”), El acto en cuestion (“The Act in Question”) and Buenos Aires Vice Versa.
El Viento se llevó lo qué tells the story of a Buenos Aires cab driver who goes to an isolated village… read more