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The invisible eye

Author: Julieta ZylberbergOsmar NúñezMarta LubosDiego LermanJosé VillalobosAll authors
Publisher: San Francisco : Global Lens, 2010.
Series: New world cinema: independent features & shorts, 1990-present
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : Spanish
Summary:
Set against the backdrop of Argentina's military regime of the 1980s, Diego Lerman's engrossing and beautifully acted exploration of the totalitarian urge opens with a portrait of María Teresa, a lonely and deeply repressed assistant teacher at an elite Buenos Aires private school. Obedient and willing, she accepts unquestioningly the school's rigid code of conduct and proud identification with the nation state.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction films
Drama
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Invisible eye.
San Francisco : Global Lens, 2010
(OCoLC)767908532
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Julieta Zylberberg; Osmar Núñez; Marta Lubos; Diego Lerman; José Villalobos; Sandra Fink; Nicolás Avruj
OCLC Number: 881524769
Language Note: This edition in Spanish with English subtitles.
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed Apr. 9, 2014).
Awards: Won 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best New Actress; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Actor; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Actress; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Art Direction; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Music; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Screenplay, Adaptation; Nominated 2010 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Award, Best Sound; Won 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Actress; Won 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Screenplay, Adapted; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Actor; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Art Direction; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Cinematography; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Costume Design; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Director; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Editing; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Film; Nominated 2011 Argentinean Film Critics Association Silver Condor Award, Best Music; Won 2010 Havana Film Festival Special Jury Prize, Best Film; Nominated 2010 Tokyo International Film Festival, Tokyo Grand Prix
Description: 1 online resource (93 min.).
Series Title: New world cinema: independent features & shorts, 1990-present
Other Titles: L'oeil invisible
Mirada invisible
Responsibility: by Diego Lerman.

Abstract:

Set against the backdrop of Argentina's military regime of the 1980s, Diego Lerman's engrossing and beautifully acted exploration of the totalitarian urge opens with a portrait of María Teresa, a lonely and deeply repressed assistant teacher at an elite Buenos Aires private school. Obedient and willing, she accepts unquestioningly the school's rigid code of conduct and proud identification with the nation state. But her head professor's words about the "cancer of subversion" and need for total surveillance soon feed an unhealthy obsession with one of her students, leading to an ensuing spiral of degradation and breakdown in discipline that parallels a popular rebellion beyond the school's ivy-covered walls.

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