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Eight-year-old Fan lives alone with her two younger siblings. Their realm includes a large, solitary house out in the country, an enchanted garden with gnarled apple trees and a mysterious forest like the one in ‘Hänsel and Gretel’ close by. Fan looks after Tino and Claa – as the head of the household she makes the rules and reads spooky fairy tales to the little ones. One day Tino discovers that Fan doesn’t practice what she preaches, and that even Claa sometimes follows her heart. Gradually, the initial levity of the siblings’ home life begins to fade in the increasingly looming darkness of the surrounding woods. In her feature film debut, Alessia Chiesa weaves a tale of affection and rebellion rife with eerily beautiful images.

Target Audience: This film was specially made for children (under 18 years)

Suitable Viewing Age: For Children under 12 years


El día que resistía

(The Endless Day)

  • Released
  • 2018
  • Argentina, France
  • Colour
  • 98 Mins
  • Live Action
  • Spanish

Subtitled Version(s): English

Director(s): Alessia Chiesa

Producer(s): Laura Guinde

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    • Screened at Berlin International Film Festival, Germany, 2018

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    Address: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Paris, France
    Phone no: 54-11-47119342
    Email: eclipsearfr@gmail.com

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    Address: San Marino, USA
    Phone no: 1-626-3530232
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