Private Project


In an Argentinian upscale gated community a lonely teenager seeks for fun, challenging his parents' lofty standards. As intolerance rises among neighbors, his personal safety and his family’s reputation are jeopardized.

  • Gerónimo Tanoira
    COUN7RY, Deconstruction From Venus, Eya Pohui.
  • Gerónimo Tanoira
  • Lucas Guerineau
    Caledonia Films
  • Jerónimo Angel Odessky
    Key Cast
  • Hally Lewans
    Key Cast
  • Juan Denari
    Key Cast
  • Azucena Coudeu
    Key Cast
  • Martín Montes de Oca
    Director of Photography
  • Axel Franks
    Assistant Director
  • Alejandro Glickman
    Original Soundtrack
  • Tomás Pippo
    Casting Director
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    Drama, Comedy, Fiction, coming of age
  • Runtime:
    24 minutes 38 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 18, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    7,500 USD
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Distribution Information
  • Castanea Films (Julia Beyer Agostini)
    Sales Agent
    Country: Worldwide
Director Biography - Gerónimo Tanoira

Director and DP Graduated from Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires, Geronimo is a past student of acclaimed filmmakers like Werner Herzog and Lucrecia Martel. He made his debut in the production department of a feature documentary about his great grandmother, María Luisa Bemberg, which premiered in Rotterdam Film Festival 2021. His latest short film 'Deconstruction From Venus' was selected as one of the 8 winners on Straight 8 (London) and as Best Narrative Fiction in FECIMU (Buenos Aires). He currently works as a multidisciplinary artist in New York.

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Director Statement

From within the confines of these gilded enclaves, the youth's rebellion unfurls, yearning to break free from the private security’s golf carts and brand new automatic SUVs filled with mom's shopping bags. Unshackled by the ignorance of their unearned privileges, Argentine adolescents dance in ecstasy, fearless of the mild consequences that can befall in the gardens of the Third World’s Eden. Only the omniscient surveillance cameras know what’s being simmered at night, behind minimalist architecture and silent boulevards with no need to be named.