Film

One In A Thousand - Jennie Kermode - 17297

1 month ago   |   By Eye For Film

Typically, films which centre teenagers focus on their vulnerability and all the things that they don't yet know or understand. It's easy to forget how alert they often are to these things themselves, how resilient they can be and how skilled at pursuing, acquiring and adapting to new knowledge. Clarisa Navas' San Sebastian prize winner follows three teenagers from the Las Mil Casas district of Corrientes in Northern Argentina, whose lives only tangentially intersect with those of adults but whose networks of support and friendship are at least as powerful as an organisation of hostile...
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