The public will also be able to enjoy three other premieres in different spaces. In addition, there will be a unique screening of “Marchioli on the way to the festival”.
An Argentine crime
Like every week Mar del Plata commercial cinema billboard is renewed. On this occasion, they join the current programming “An Argentine crime”“Festival Nick Junior”, “After: infinite love” and “Nope”, while “Marchioli on the way to the festival”, by the director Mar del Plata Diego Campessi will have a unique screening this Friday.
The $700 tickets or with discounts they can be obtained through the online sales system or at the ticket offices of each movie theater in Mar del Plata. As for the promotions, the company reported that from Monday to Wednesday the current 2×1 continues and the possibility of accessing a free ticket or 2×1 in 2D and 3D for PAMI Benefits is maintained.
Starting this Thursday, in movie theaters in Mar del Plata it will be possible to see “An Argentine crime”: The film, which is based on the homonymous novel by Reynaldo Sietecase, focuses on a criminal act in 1980.
In turn, this Friday at 9:30 p.m. in the Paseo Cinemas you can see “Marchioli Way at the Festival”The feature film by Mar del Plata director Diego Campessi was filmed between Mar del Plata and Buenos Aires. In a humorous tone, it tells the story of an eccentric collector and film lover with testimonies from José Antonio Martínez Suárez, Fernando “Pino” Solanas, Juan José Campanella and Ricardo Darin, among other prominent figures.
As part of the premieres there are also “Nope”, a proposal full of surrealism and suspense, and the fourth and final installment of “After: infinite love”, which portrays the tension in the love story of a young woman and her boyfriend.
And for the whole family it arrives at some of the movie theaters in Mar del Plata “Nick JR Festival”ideal to share with the family. Scheduled shows will feature favorite characters with exclusive episodes and content.
These movies are available in theaters Ambassador, Los Gallegos Shopping, Paseo Cinemas and Paseo Aldrey along with titles such as “Minions: A Villain is Born”, “The Black Telephone”, “Thor: Love and Thunder”, “DC League of Super Pets”, “Horror Room”, “30 Nights with My Ex”, “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero”, “Beast”, “The Samurai Dog”, “Top Gun Maverick”, “Elvis” and “Bullet Train”.
AN ARGENTINE CRIME
(Duration: 113 minutes| Argentina| Thriller)
Synopsis: is an engaging thriller based on a criminal event that occurred in 1980: the intriguing disappearance of a wealthy businessman in the city of Rosario, in the framework of the military dictatorship. The investigation is led by two young secretaries of an investigating court, a few weeks before one of them emigrates to Spain. In a race against time, both lawyers will try to solve the case facing the interference of a police subordinate to the repressive power.
Interpreters: Nicholas Francella, Matthias Mayer, Malena Sanchez, Luis Luque, Alberto Ajaka, Rita Cortese, Cesar Bordon, and Darius Grandinetti.
Address: luke harvesters
- Los Gallegos Shopping:
-Every day: 9:50 p.m.
- Paseo Cinemas:
-Every day: 5:30 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
- Aldrey’s Walk:
-Every day: 4:40 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
(Length: 130 minutes | United States | Fantastic)
Synopsis: Two residents of a remote California inland town make an unusual and chilling discovery.
Interpreters: Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea, Steven Yeun, Terry Notary, Donna Mills, Michael Wincott, Barbie Ferreira, Jennifer Lafleur, Ryan W. Garcia, Sophia Coto, Andrew Patrick Ralston, Conor Kowalski.
Address: jordan peele
-Every day (Spanish): 17:10, 19:50 and 22:40
- Aldrey’s Walk:
-Every day (Spanish): 19:30
-Every day (subtitled): 22:20
NICK JUNIOR FESTIVAL
(Duration: 91 minutes | Latin America | Animation)
Synopsis: For the first time together on the big screen, Nick Jr’s most beloved characters arrive: Paw Patrol, Santiago de Los Mares, Las Pistas de Blue and Tu! and BabyShark. This incredible experience will be presented by the friends of Garden Academy who will accompany the funniest adventures. Each of the exclusive episodes will show stories never seen before, with all the magic of cinema for the little ones in the house, from the hand of Nick Jr.
- Aldrey’s Walk:
-Every day (Spanish): 16:20 and 18:30
AFTER: INFINITE LOVE
(Duration: 119 minutes| United States| Drama)
Synopsis: Tessa and Hardin’s love has never been easy. While he stays in London after her mother’s wedding and sinks deeper into her own darkness, she returns to Seattle. Tessa is the only one able to understand him and calm him down… he needs her, but she is no longer the good and sweet girl she was when she got to college. She must ask herself if what she must do now is save Hardin and her relationship with him, or if the time has come to think only of her. If they want their love to survive, they will have to work on themselves first. But will it be their destiny to stay together?
Interpreters: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Rob Estes, Chance Perdomo, Kiana Madeira, and Carter Jenkins.
Address: Castile Landon
- Aldrey’s Walk:
-Every day (Spanish): 20:30
-Every day (subtitled): 22:40
- ATMOS Room:
-Every day (Spanish): 16:00
MARCHIOLI PATH AT THE FESTIVAL
(Duration: 85 minutes | Argentina | Documentary)
Synopsis: Marchioli is a collector of memories and souvenirs of the most unusual and important artistic events that chart his passage through the history of national cinema and theater; the bottles of champagne with which he toasted the great success of “Tangos, El Exilio de Gardel” at the Venice film festival, the last bowler hat worn by Jorge Porcel in the last theater performance, the original contract signed by Astor Piazzolla for the music of “El Exilio..”, unpublished drawings by a young Charly García, personal photos of Ricardo Piglia, Héctor Babenco, Federico Lupi, Pino Solanas, José Martínez Suárez, Juan José Campanella, China Zorrilla, Ulises Dumont, “ El Puma” Goiti, Soledad Silveira, Mauricio Dayub, Víctor Laplace, Eduardo Blanco, Miguel Angel Solá, Susana Rinaldi, and Eda Díaz, among others.
Is biopic It was shot between Mar del Plata and the city of Buenos Aires in a period of approximately two years due to the tight schedule of great characters such as: José Antonio Martínez Suárez, Fernando “Pino” Solanas, Juan José Campanella, Fernando Castets, Juan José Jusid, Félix “Chango” Monti, Carlos Hugo Aztarain, Rómulo Berruti, Julio Gallo, Nicolás Scarpino, Pablo Baldini and Ricardo Darín. All the interviewees and the protagonist himself reveal who Mario Marchioli is.
Address: Diego Campesí
- Paseo Cinemas:
-Friday at 9:30 p.m.