“Nights of Terror”: the Gaumont presents its next cycle of films

The Gaumont cinema complex presents its cycle “Nights of Terror” that will offer seven functions -precisely- night every day at 22 hours, from Thursday, January 26, until February 1. The opening will be for “Aterrados”, the film by Demián Rugna, which had its international premiere at the 32nd edition of the Mar del Plata International Film Festival and which follows a series of everyday situations without explanation. In the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, people who disappear without a trace, voices that are heard in the water drains will be some of the experiences that will put a group of researchers to see what it is. Friday continues with “The Unburied Corpse,” documentary filmmaker Alejandro Cohen Arazi’s first fiction feature film, which follows a psychiatrist who suffers visions of his past: of his childhood in an orphanage he left to live in the big city. After the death of his adoptive father, he returns to the village where he grew up, where he will be reunited with his brothers and discover secrets hidden in the family. The closing will be exhibited with free admission, the film “The black vampire”, classic of 1953 directed by Román Viñoly Barreto.Tickets can be purchased in advance at the box office of the cinema, Av. Rivadavia 1635, from 12 pm until the time of the last function. All programming: Thursday 26: “Aterrados”, by Demián Rugna.
Friday 27: “El cadaver insepulto”, by Alejandro Cohen Arazi.
Saturday 28: “Al morir la matinee”, by Maxi Contenti.
Sunday 29: “Abrakadabra”, by Nicolás Onetti and Luciano Onetti.
Monday 30: “Nocturna”, by Gonzalo Calzada.
Tuesday 31: “Zombies in the cane field”, by Pablo Schembri.
Wednesday 1: “The black vampire”, by Román Viñoly Barreto.

Original source in Spanish

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