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Crane World (1999)

Luis Margani , Adriana Aizemberg , Pablo Trapero  |  PG-13 |  DVD

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The cranes of "Crane World" are the construction, not avian, kind. They underscore Argentina's struggle to recover from financial disaster and find its place in the world economy. And they represent a dream for Rulo, the overweight, middle-aged, chain-smoking hero. Winner of multiple international film festival awards, director Pablo Trapero's first feature uses non-actors in a tale that is by turns humorous and heartbreaking. This slice-of-life drama, told in a series of episodes, invites comparisons to the Neo-Realism of 1950s Italian cinema. At the center is Rulo, a one-time rock star trying to support his aging mother and musician son. As his efforts go increasingly awry, it is the love of family and friends that keeps him hopeful.

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The cranes of CRANE WORLD are the construction, not avian, kind. They underscore Argentina's struggle to recover from financial disaster and find its place in the world economy. And they represent a dream for Rulo, the overweight, middle-aged, chain-smoking hero. Winner of multiple international film festival awards, director Pablo Trapero's first feature uses non-actors in a tale that is by turns humorous and heartbreaking. This slice-of-life drama, told in a series of episodes, invites comparisons to the Neo-Realism of 1950s Italian cinema. At the center is Rulo, a one-time rock star trying to support his aging mother and musician son. As his efforts go increasingly awry, it is the love of family and friends that keeps him hopeful.

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