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After "Paulina" and "The Summit", Santiago Mitre presents his first French-speaking film, a dark comedy starring Sergi López and Melvil Poupaud, paying tribute to Sidney Bechet's song “Petite Fleur”.
During a visit to his neighbour, when he hears the jazz standard "Petite Fleur", José - a young father with no job - suddenly kills him. But the next day the neighbour is alive as if nothing ever happened. So José kills him again in a different manner. But the neighbour always reappears. Killing his neighbour becomes part of José’s routine: taking care of the baby, fixing the house, trying to save his couple and... killing his neighbour.
Santiago Mitre was born in Buenos Aires and is a graduate of the Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires. In 2002, he directed his first short film and continued making commercials until 2006. Beginning 2008, he became Pablo Trapero's co-writer for Leonera (in the Official Competition - Cannes 2009), Carancho (Un Certain Regard - Cannes 2010) and Elefante Blanco (Un Certain Regard - Cannes 2012). He also wrote for Israel Adrián Caetano and Walter Salles. His directorial feature debut from 2011, El Estudiante, won a great deal of prizes in festivals. His second feature as a writer and director, Paulina, was selected in the competition of the 2015 Semaine de la Critique in Cannes and won The Nespresso Grand Prize, as well as the Fipresci Prize.In 2017, Mitre directed an Argentine thriller, La Cordillera. His most recent film, Argentina, 1985 has won numerous awards worldwide, as well as a nomination for the 2023 Oscar® in the Best International Feature category.