Everyday the children of the neighborhood known as “Tire Dié”, in the city of Santa Fe, wait for the train to ask for money, shouting “Tire dié!” (toss me a dime!) to the passengers. Considered the first survey-on-film in Latin America.
Pablo Urioste is a respected surgeon, but he is forced to experience a nightmarish world after his wife, a marijuana addict, dies at a nightclub. He tells his story to the police, and tells stories of how he is hooked, beaten, blackmailed, and includes some bad-trip flashbacks. Ms. Quiroga tries to help him, but there is little hope for Dr. Urioste after undergoing THE MARIHUANA STORY.
Aniceto is a lonely man whose only companion is his rooster; Francisca, a young woman, arrives in town looking for work, and soon the two are drawn to each other, seemingly a perfect match. Yet soon trouble looms on the horizon with the arrival of Lucía, a sensual woman who sets her sights on Aniceto.
Film version of David Goodis’ novel has lawyer Juan Milford wanting to run away with exotic dancer Diana Lander. Unfortunately, he’s also a kept, married man by wealthy older woman Amanda Merlino de Milford who promises to provide evidence of his criminal past to the police if he ever leaves her.
At age 42, Rafael Belvedere is having a crisis. He lives in the shadow of his father, he feels guilty about rarely visiting his aging mother, his ex-wife says he doesn’t spend enough time with their daughter and he has yet to make a commitment to his girlfriend. At his lowest point, a minor heart attack reunites him with Juan Carlos, a childhood friend, who helps Rafael to reconstruct his past and look at the present in new ways.
Ana lives the idealistic way of life of a religious family and avoids most subjects related to sex and other taboo themes. But love comes into her life and makes her sink into a promiscuous world.
A woman seeks revenge for the death of her father and plans a murder in which the alibi is her own rape. Based on the short story “Emma Zunz” by Jorge Luis Borges.
Nana, the heroine of this movie, has only one chance at real love, with the good-looking ladies’ man Juan Carlos. In this film, based on Manuel Puig’s novel Heartbreak Tango, Nana is too shy to go to bed with him and reveal that she is not a virgin. When he discovers that he has tuberculosis, he is forced to leave town for an extended rest-cure, and when he returns, she has since married a wealthy man who takes her with him to glamorous Buenos Aires. Years after Juan Carlos’ death, she journeys with her children to the town where he died. In her old age, though, she has virtually forgotten their love.