In 2009, Argentina won the Oscar to the Best Foreign Language Film for the first time. It did it with this undisputable masterpiece by Juan José Campanella, based on the novel “La pregunta de tus ojos,” by Eduardo Sacheri, who co-wrote the script together with the director. A fascinating thriller about revenge with some romantic brushstrokes which is developed in two different times and in which football plays a key role, with a spectacular 7-minute sequence shot at the stadium of Club Atlético Huracán, and a legendary phrase that defines any lover of this sport: “A man can change anything. His face, his home, his family, his girlfriend, his religion, his God… but there is something that he cannot change. He cannot change his passion.
For 25 years, a murder case has remained indelibly etched on Benjamín Espósito’s mind. Now retired, he decides to go back over that story and take another look at a past full of love, death and friendship. But those memories, once released and replayed a thousand times over, will change his view of that past. And rewrite his future.