Mon, May 22|
Consulate of Argentina in New York
PETITE FLEUR / 15 Ways to Kill Your Neighbor - 30 YEARS OF STORYTELLING
HFFNY celebrates 30 years of storytelling at the Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires with a screening of Santiago Mitre's penultimate release PETITE FLEUR.
Time & Location
May 22, 6:00 PM
Consulate of Argentina in New York, 12 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
About the event
Homage to Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires: 30 Years of Storytelling
PETITE FLEUR / 15 WAYS TO KILL YOUR NEIGHBOR
Santiago Mitre | Argentina | 2022 | Fiction | 93min
José, an Argentinean living in France with his partner and their daughter, meets their new neighbor. In an irrational impulse, while listening to the jazz piece "Petite Fleur”, he murders his new friend. The next day, before José's astonished gaze, his neighbor is still alive and happy. Frightened, he decides to kill him again. From that moment on, he finds himself trapped in a strange daily routine: trying to save his relationship and kill his neighbor.
Reception to follow