Argentina, 1985

2022 [SPANISH]

Biography / Crime / Drama / History

22
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 98%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 96%
IMDb Rating 7.9 10 5664

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
November 03, 2022 at 03:55 PM

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Ricardo Darín as Julio César Strassera
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rfndayitabi 9 / 10

A harrowing tale with some humour.

Argentina, 1985 is inspired by the true story of the prosecutors Julio Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, who in 1985 dared to investigate and prosecute those responsible for the bloodiest phase of the Argentine military dictatorship, which fell only 2 years earlier. Without being intimidated by the regime, the expert Strassera and the young Moreno Ocampo formed a young legal team of unlikely heroes to wage an unequal battle.

Constantly threatened, together with their families, they fought against time to give justice to the victims of the military junta which in 1976 deposed Isabelita Martinez De Peron in a coup. The members of the junta were tried for crimes committed by the Armed Forces in those years, which resulted in over 30,000 disappeared in December 1985, many were sentenced to life imprisonment. The film has the advantage of effectively reconstructing, in the same places where the facts took place, the difficult investigative work and the four-month trial with 833 eyewitnesses and survivors of clandestine detention and torture centers.

Also using a surprisingly humorous tone, which makes the magistrate (played by an extraordinary Ricardo Darìn) more human, likeable his very young group of lawyers and affectionate his beautiful family reveals the private side of an honest man. The 1985 trial allowed the Argentine justice to recognize and reclaim a long denied right. It inaugurates democracy and condemns the use of violence as a possibility.

When state terrorism takes hold in society, there is always an attempt to annihilate citizens and eliminate the possibility of communication.

Reviewed by bachito1996 8 / 10

Flawless

I've been looking forward to this film for a long time, and it doesn't disappoint at all. It's the kind of movie where the performances carry all the weight. Ricardo Darin as always was superb, but also Alejandra Flechner shines as the prosecutor's wife.

While the film has the familiar structure of a trial movie, everything is executed flawlessly.

Merits aside, the whole technical section, from minute zero, is absolutely surprising, the budget is noticeable. I recommend watching it on the big screen, it is unmissable to see the audience's reaction throughout the film. It'll probably be on of the five nominees at the Oscar´s for best international film.

Reviewed by grondonamanu 10 / 10

Nunca Más (from Argentina...)

This is such a necessary movie because we live in a time where it seems that negationist, fascist and authoritarian speeches are in fashion. You may think that the beginning starts slow, but you must keep watching if you want to discover what's truly beautiful about Santiago Mitre's tale.

You'll quickly realise what a Tour de Force Argentina 1985 is. Everything works out in a sense that you can find scenes in the picture that are funny, but not imprudent to what the picture is trying to show, scenes that are horrendous but are treated respectfully towards the victims and their families. You'll laugh, you'll cry, but mostly you'll feel anxious and powerless. That's the idea. The idea of being uncomfortable about the stories of the victims of our last civic-military-ecclessiastical-business (& we also don't forget: financed by the United States) dictatorship. Their stories must be heard, that's all we can give them.

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