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Lost Embrace

Lost Embrace ★★ El Abrazo Partido 2004

Aimless Ariel (Hendler), the son of Jewish immigrants, lives in Buenos Aires and helps his mother (Aizenberg) at her lingerie store in a downscale shopping mall. Ariel asks his Polish emigrant grandma (Londner) to help him claim Polish citizenship in order to get a Polish passport so he can move to Europe and start over (he wants to feel “European”). Since grams fled Poland during WWII, she's naturally reluctant and is wise enough to realize that Ariel needs to change his inner self and not merely his outer surroundings. Spanish with subtitles. 99m/C DVD . AR IT SP Daniel Hendler, Jorge d'Elia, Sergio Boris, Adriana Aizenberg, Rosita Londner; D: Daniel Burman; W: Daniel Burman, Marcelo Biromajer; C: Ramiro Civita; M: Cesar Lerner.

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