“Beautifully shot in the far southern reaches of Argentina, Gugliotta's romantic mystery should
attract audiences with its "what if?" take on the vagaries of love.”–Ray Bennett, The Hollywood
After her husband mysteriously disappears during a business
trip to Patagonia, Clara embarks on a desperate mission to
find him. During her search, she makes a startling discovery:
a man with anuncanny resemblance to her spouse, but with
another name and a wife. Convinced the stranger may be her
husband, she ignores entreaties to quit her search just as
police discover a body that may be the real man she seeks.
Shot amid majestic vistas and suffused with vibrant color and
sexuality, director Sandra Gugliotta’s feature is a haunting and
suspenseful study of grief and letting go.
“In keeping with a number of recent Argentine films shot in Patagonia, there's an unsettling sense
that the sparsely populated region is a cross between the Bermuda Triangle and a stint in the
Foreign Legion --contributing to madness with its promise of complete escape from the civilized
capital and its hustle and bustle.”–Jay Weissberg, Variety
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR: SANDRA GUGLIOTTA Sandra Gugliotta was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1969.
She studied at the Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y
Realización Cinematográfica in Madrid. Her filmmaking career
began as a producer of independent films and documentaries
for television. Her short film, Noches Áticas, was included in
the feature Historias Breves I, and her first feature film, A Lucky
Day, won the Caligari Film Award at the Berlin International
Film Festival. Possible Lives is her second feature film.
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