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Jun, a Chinese man who has just arrived in Argentina not speaking a word of Spanish is “adopted” by Roberto, a cranky loner.  Looking to solve this absurd situation, Roberto will discover a way to resolving his deeper problem: loneliness.

Original title:: UN CUENTO CHINO

Director: Sebastian Borensztein

Cast:

Ricardo Darín

Huang Sheng Huang

Muriel Santa Ana

Enric Rodriguez

Ivan Romanelli

Storyline:

Jun, a Chinese man who has just arrived in Argentina not speaking a word of Spanish is “adopted” by Roberto, a cranky loner.  Looking to solve this absurd situation, Roberto will discover a way to resolving his deeper problem: loneliness.

Country: ARGENTINA - SPAIN

Release Date: 2011

Language: Spanish

Runtime: 98 min.

Crew:

Producers: Gerardo Herrero, Juan Pablo Buscarini, Pablo Bossi, Benjamin Odell

Executive Producer: Mariela Besuievsky

Production Companies: Castafiore Films, Tornasol films, Aliwood Mediterraneo Producciones, Pampa Films

Screenplay: Sebastian Borensztein

Director of Photography: Rodrigo Pulpeiro

Art Director: Laura Musso – Valeria Ambrossio

Film Editors: Fernando Pardo

Sound Director: Eduardo Esquide

Music Director: Lucio Godoy

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