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Paulo Guzman Guillen over 7 years ago
Family Law (Spanish: Derecho de familia) (2006) is an Argentine, French, Italian, and Spanish, comedy-drama film, written and directed by Daniel Burman. The picture was produced by Diego Dubcovsky, José María Morales, and Marc Sillam, and co-produced by Amedeo Pagani. Family Law was Argentina official submission for the 2004 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film The film tells the story of Ariel Perelman (Daniel Hendler). While he has an easygoing lifestyle, he's trying to find his way in life in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He works at a university as a law professor. The film begins with a long narration of the way things stand in his life. He describes his father, Bernardo Perelman (Arturo Goetz), in detail. Perelman, as he's known, is a popular public defender who meets his clients where they work or in restaurants so he can determine what they are "all about." Most of his clients are generally poor. He's very close to his secretary (Adriana Aizemberg) since his wife died...
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