After not seeing each other for a while, a mother invites her daughters to tea. Due to the dissimilarity of her personalities, the tension does not take long to appear, and the claims to be pronounced. The discussion is interrupted by an unexpected intervention; a confession. Something that the mother has been waiting to tell them for a long time. Something complex on the surface but deep down, it is very simple. As simple as choosing to be happy.

  • Lucas Gingles
    Director, writer, cinematographer and editor
  • Muriel Sago
    Assistant director
  • Déborah Fideleff
  • Mariana Povarché
  • Laura Dantonio
  • María Luisa Gingles
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    11 minutes
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Director Biography

Lucas Gingles is a theater and film director. He is also a playwright, screenwriter, cinematographer, editor, actor and composer. He has studied at the Fundación Universidad del Cine as Animation Film Director, and studied acting and directing for more than 10 years with María Luisa Gingles, a disciple of John Strasberg and teacher of artists such as Fernando Peña, Marcelo Dos Santos and Daisy May Queen. Lucas' works include Una Gaviota, Rudolf, Historia de una Página en Blanco, Hijo de H, XED Charlas and Satori (Tri One Studio).

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