Film

El Cinco (El 5 de Talleres)

Release date: 23 April 2015

Format: Feature film

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Director: Adrian Biniez

Writer: Adrian Biniez

Producer: Agustina Chiarino, Fernando Epstein, Sergey Selyanov, Jean des Forets, Frans van Gestel, Christoph Friedel

Production: Argentina, Uruguay, Russia, Germany, France

Production Companies: Morocha Films, Mutante Cine, CTB Film Company, Petit Films, Pandora Filmproduktion, Topkapi Film

Distributor: A-One Films

World Sales: Films Boutique

Actors: Diego Mattioli, Néstor Guzzini, Julieta Zylberberg

Length: 100 min.

Colour: Colour

Sound: Dolby Digital

A love story, measured out by soccer games.

At 35 Paton “The Long-Legged” Bonasole is full of determination to begin a new life—to return to his long-abandoned studies and open up a business with his beloved wife Ale. The only thing left to do now is to say goodbye to his lifetime career—Bonasole is a professional soccer player. Neither Bonasole nor Ale are used to losing, and once outside the soccer field, the couple will be faced with the real game—the game of life.

El 5 de talleres (Number 5) is the second feature from director Adrián Biniez, following his successful debut Gigante (2009), which won the Grand Prix and the Best Debut Film award at the Berlin Film Festival.

Festivals and Awards:
2014 Official programme of the Venice Film Festival

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El Cinco (El 5 de Talleres)

A love story, measured out by soccer games.

At 35 Paton “The Long-Legged” Bonasole is full of determination to begin a new life—to return to his long-abandoned studies and open up a business with his beloved wife Ale. The only thing left to do now is to say goodbye to his lifetime career—Bonasole is a professional soccer player. Neither Bonasole nor Ale are used to losing, and once outside the soccer field, the couple will be faced with the real game—the game of life.

El 5 de talleres (Number 5) is the second feature from director Adrián Biniez, following his successful debut Gigante (2009), which won the Grand Prix and the Best Debut Film award at the Berlin Film Festival.

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