Tiempo suspendido

Natalia Bruschtein  | Mexico  | 2015 | Documentary | 64min | NY PREMIERE  Buy Tickets
Village East Cinema 4/10 @ 1:00pm

This documentary is about memory, the memory of a woman that has fought tirelessly against historical amnesia and for the justice of the crimes of state in Argentina. Today this woman has lost her memory, liberating her from the pain; she bids farewell to this life without betraying the family she once lost.



Natalia Bruschtein studied at the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, specializing in documentary film direction. She collaborated on projects such as: In the Pit by Juan Carlos Rulfo, for which she received an Ariel Award for Best Sound. She edited several documentaries and fiction features. She recieved a Coral Award for Best Editing at the Latin American Film Festival of Havana for the film Cobrador. In God We Trust by Paul Leduc.