The first film in nine years from Argentinian auteur Lucrecia Martel is an elliptical, dreamlike and often darkly hilarious historical drama, based on a novel by Antonio Di Benedetto.
In the twilight of the 17th century, magistrate Don Diego de Zama is stuck in a crumbling Spanish colony in South America, waiting for a transfer order that never arrives and gradually succumbing to lust and paranoia.
In Spanish with English subtitles.
Running time: 2h15, including ads and trailers.
Part of Screen Horizons – the best of independent and world cinema, classic films and documentaries.
Please be aware you must be aged 15 or over to see this film, and you may be required to show photographic I.D. to gain entry to the cinema.