Three characters try to exorcise their past- by obsessive love, by long-postponed vengeance, or just by changing identity. They try to live up to their dreams… and in the process they find again those they had wanted to be, forgotten vows, abandoned desires. This is a film placed under the signs of passion and imagination. –uniFrance
Edgardo Cozarinsky (born 1939 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a writer and filmmaker. He is best known for writing Vudú urbano.
His family name goes back to his great grandparents, Jewish immigrants from Kiev and Odessa at the end of the 19th century, his first name tells of his mother’s infatuation with Edgar Allan Poe.
After an adolescence mostly spent in neighbourhood cinemas showing double bills of old Hollywood films and reading an inordinate amount of fiction in Spanish, English and French (favourite authors – Stevenson, Conrad, some Henry James), he studied literature at Buenos Aires university, wrote for local and Spanish cinephile magazines and published an early essay on James which developed out of graduation work – El laberinto de la apariencia (The Labyrinth of Appearance, 1964), a book he later suppressed. He was barely twenty when he became acquainted with Borges, Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo, all writers of prestige whom he saw frequently during his years… read more