LOS DECENTES

by Lukas Valenta Rinner
A DECENT WOMAN

Informations

Nation: Austria, South Korea, Argentina

Year: 2016

Length: 100'

34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

Section:

Synopsis

Belén finds a job as a cleaning lady for a wealthy Argentinian family living in a gated community outside Buenos Aires. One day, she makes a bizarre discovery: just on the other side of that respectable and tightly guarded place there is a lively community of nudists who pass the time by the pool or in tantric sex sessions. Like a siren’s song, Belén is drawn in and she soon finds herself living a double life, balancing between respectability and promiscuity. [mp]

Director

Lukas Valenta Rinner

Lukas Valenta Rinner

Lukas Valenta Rinner (Salzburg, Austria) studied at the Universidad del cine in Buenos Aires. He directed the short film Carta a Fukuyama and made his feature debut with Parabellum, which was selected in different international festival, such as Göteborg, Jeonju, Hamburg and London. Los decentes is his latest film.

Filmography:
Carta a Fukuyama (cm, 2010), Parabellum (2015), Los decentes (2016).

Cast and Credits

regia/director
Lukas Valenta Rinner
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Lukas Valenta Rinner, Ana Godoy, Martin Shanly, Ariel Gurevich
fotografia/cinematography
Roman Kasseroller
montaggio/film editing
Ana Godoy
musica/music
Jimin Kim, Jongho You
suono/sound
Nahuel Palenque
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Iride Mockert (Belén), Martin Shanly, Andrea Strenitz, Mariano Sayavedra
produttori/producers
Ana Godoy, Lukas Valenta Rinner
produzione/production
Nabis Filmgroup
coproduzione/coproduction
Jeonju Cinema Project


contatti/contacts
Figa Film
Sandro Fiorin
contact@figafilms.com
www.figafilms.com

Director statement

“I’ve been living in Argentina for many years, and one trend that has become very apparent for wealthy social groups is to isolate themselves. Increasingly, these people live in small communities that are completely cut off, with semi-urban infrastructures like nurseries, offices, supermarkets, cinemas, etc., so you can live without any contact at all with the outside world. Then you get young people who go into the city at the age of sixteen and they don’t know how to take a bus. It strikes me as a contemporary phenomenon; I chalk it up to the effects of capitalism.”

Synopsis Learn more

Belén finds a job as a cleaning lady for a wealthy Argentinian family living in a gated community outside Buenos Aires. One day, she makes a bizarre discovery: just on the other side of that respectable and tightly guarded place there is a lively community of nudists who pass the time by the pool or in tantric sex sessions. Like a siren’s song, Belén is drawn in and she soon finds herself living a double life, balancing between respectability and promiscuity. [mp]

Director All about direction

Lukas Valenta Rinner

Lukas Valenta Rinner

Lukas Valenta Rinner (Salzburg, Austria) studied at the Universidad del cine in Buenos Aires. He directed the short film Carta a Fukuyama and made his feature debut with Parabellum, which was selected in different international festival, such as Göteborg, Jeonju, Hamburg and London. Los decentes is his latest film.

Filmography:
Carta a Fukuyama (cm, 2010), Parabellum (2015), Los decentes (2016).

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia/director
Lukas Valenta Rinner
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Lukas Valenta Rinner, Ana Godoy, Martin Shanly, Ariel Gurevich
fotografia/cinematography
Roman Kasseroller
montaggio/film editing
Ana Godoy
musica/music
Jimin Kim, Jongho You
suono/sound
Nahuel Palenque
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Iride Mockert (Belén), Martin Shanly, Andrea Strenitz, Mariano Sayavedra
produttori/producers
Ana Godoy, Lukas Valenta Rinner
produzione/production
Nabis Filmgroup
coproduzione/coproduction
Jeonju Cinema Project


contatti/contacts
Figa Film
Sandro Fiorin
contact@figafilms.com
www.figafilms.com

Director statement Read more

“I’ve been living in Argentina for many years, and one trend that has become very apparent for wealthy social groups is to isolate themselves. Increasingly, these people live in small communities that are completely cut off, with semi-urban infrastructures like nurseries, offices, supermarkets, cinemas, etc., so you can live without any contact at all with the outside world. Then you get young people who go into the city at the age of sixteen and they don’t know how to take a bus. It strikes me as a contemporary phenomenon; I chalk it up to the effects of capitalism.”