Following the Mar del Plata International Film Festival, the Cinema Debate series coordinated by Diego Menegazzi announced its November programming dedicated to the work of Terence Davis, which will be composed of two films. The performance will take place on Saturday at 7:00 pm at the Teatro Estudio (Independence 2233).
Next Saturday the 18th we will see “The Long Day Ends” with Leigh McCormack, Marjorie Yates and Anthony Watson. Liverpool, 1956. Bud is a sensitive, shy and introverted twelve-year-old boy from a working-class family. The strict religious education she receives at school, her relationship with her mother, and the magic she experiences in the movie theater are her only ways to escape the fears that haunt her in reality.
On the other hand, on Saturday the 25th we will see “The Deep Blue Sea” with Rachel Weisz, Tom Hiddleston and Simon Russell Beale. London, 1950s. Hester lives a privileged life as the wife of Sir William Collider, a High Court judge. Trapped in an unhappy marriage, she falls in love with a former RAF pilot. An impossible love that would taint the society of that time.