A group of friends perform an experience about space and duration, body and dance. One of them jumps from a structure repeatedly, others just watch, while someone else inhabits the house under construction. Class contrasts are evident, different types of music mix in the air, and we don't understand the whole picture.
In the context of the explosive revolution and the feminist liberation of the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires, different groups strive to create spontaneous performative acts - rituals where the frontier is no longer one's body, but that of the other. Interrelated reflections develop in this environment, and the concerns become materials, the body, the surface of contact, extensions, directions, intensities...
Igor Dimitri is a Portuguese filmmaker. He has an MA in Documentary Cinema from the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. His films relate especially to certain notions of distance, longing and embodied memory, mainly through travel and performance.
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