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TINTA ROJA / BLOOD INK
Made in Spanish '98

A documentary in the shape of a metaphor on a society plagued by violent outbursts that scream out at us each day from the newspaper headlines, Blood Ink is not about police news, but about those who create it: a group of journalists whose corrosive humour is counterbalanced by existencial scepticism. Perhaps one of the remarks made in the documentary best sums up the paradox of so much horror: "In a country of missing people, a mention in the paper, no matter how short, means you're still here".
BIOGRAPHY

CARMEN GUARINI, MARCELO CÉSPEDES

Both of these directors were responsible for the 1986 birth of Cine-Ojo, Argentina's most important production company as far as documentaries are concerned. Several of their works have won awards at different festivals, including: A los compañeros la libertad (1987), La noche eterna (1991), La voz de los pañuelos (1993) and Jaime de Nevares, último viaje (1995). 

CAST & CREW
Director
CARMEN GUARINI , MARCELO CÉSPEDES
Screenplay
Carmen Guarini, Jorge Goldenberg, Marcelo Céspedes
Photography
Libio Pensavalle
Edition
Carmen Guarini, Claudio Martínez
Running Time
70 m.
Country
Argentina
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