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Plata dulce
Easy Money
Plata dulce - Federico Luppi - Julio de Grazia - 1982.jpg
Federico Luppi and Julio De Grazia in the movie's poster
Directed byFernando Ayala
Produced byHéctor Olivera
Luis Osvaldo Repetto
Screenplay byOscar Viale
Jorge Goldemberg
Based onIdea y argumento de Héctor Olivera
StarringFederico Luppi
Julio De Grazia
Gianni Lunadei
Nora Cullen
Adriana Aizemberg
Music byEmilio Kauderer
Production
company
Aries Cinematográfica Argentina
Distributed byAries Cinematográfica Argentina
Release date
1982
Running time
97 minutos
CountryArgentina
LanguageEspañol

Plata dulce (meaning "easy money", literally "sweet money") is an Argentine comedy drama-historic film. It was released on 8 July 1982 and directed by Fernando Ayala, starring Federico Luppi, Julio de Grazia and Gianni Lunadei. It received a Cóndor de Plata award for best film in 1983.

During this historic period in Argentina, many labour rights were suspended and industrial production fell to extremely low levels, while banks started rising and external debt grew practically exponentially. The result of these economic politics (which aimed for easy money) was one of the biggest disasters in the country's history, producing a large loss of its industry and bringing large part of the population into poverty.[1]

Plot

Two businessmen dedicated to manufacturing and selling bathroom cabinets struggle to keep their factory running through a series of deep deindustrialization politics being pushed by the country's National Reorganization Process. One of them, Carlos Bonifatti, gets a chance at working in a bank and decides to stop manufacturing cabinets and dedicate fully to financial businesses which seem to be rising. The other partner, Rubén Molinuevo, sticks to the factory work. At the beginning the choice seems good for Bonifatti, who highly improves his living standards, but shortly after the tables will turn for both of them.

Cast

Awards

  • Premios Cóndor de Plata 1983: Mejor película

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References


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