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Tesoro mío / My Treasure
Zabaltegi - New Directors

A liberal version of the most famour police incident in the Argentina of 1994. From one day to the next, subtreasurer Mario Fendrich decided to rob the bank in which he had been working for the last 22 years, thereby becoming a sort of popular myth, a personification of the fantasy of collective salvation. Tesoro mío has chosen this particular case on which to build an imaginary reconstruction of the week prior to the crime, linking the chain of events leading up to the hero taking the decision to rob the bank. The film therefore tells of the oppressive system of personal, family and social relations surropunding the protagonist -a restless and unfaithful wife, a Machiavellian girlfriend, corrupt and double-crossing friends- as the necessary motive behind his decision. 

BIOGRAPHY

SERGIO BELLOTTI

Head of production on over two hundred commercial shorts between 1981 and 1993, from 1994 to 1997 he was the executive producer on Mariano Galperin's Mil boomerangs, Mario Levin's Sotto voce and Eduardo Milewicz's La vida según Muriel (Life According to Muriel), screened as part of the Zabaltegi section of the San Sebastián Film Festival. Tesoro mío is his debut as a director. 

CAST & CREW
Director
Sergio Bellotti
Screenplay
Daniel Guebel
Photography
Esteban Sapir
Edition
Santiago Ricci
Music
Daniel Lozano, Mario Siperman
Cast
Gabriel Goyti, Edda Bustamente, Victoria Onetto
Running Time
86 m.
Country
Argentina
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