Original name: Los Delincuentes
English name: The Delinquents
Run time: 189 mins
Type (Colour/ Black & white): Colour
Country: Argentina, Luxembourg, Brazil, Chile
Director: Rodrigo Moreno
Producers: Ezequiel Borovinsky
cast: Daniel Elias, Esteban Bigliardi, Margarita Molfino, German De Silva, Laura Paredes, Mariana Chaud, Cecilia Rainero, Javier Zoro Sutton, Gabriela Saidon
Screenplay: Rodrigo Moreno
Cinematographer: Alejo Maglio, Ines Duacastella
Editor: Manuel Ferrari, Nicolás Goldbart, Rodrigo Moreno
Sound Designer: Roberto Espinoza
Production Company: Wanka Cine
World Sales: Mubi
Moreno is an Argentine filmmaker born and based in Buenos Aires. His films were awarded and exhibited in several film festivals like Berlinale, San Sebastian, Toronto, Sundance, Rotterdam, Viennale, London, among many others.His film El Custodio won the Alfred Bauer Preis in Berlinale and Best Latin American script in Sundance among many others awards. His following film Un Mundo Misterioso was also invited to the official competition in Berlinale while Reimon and Una Ciudad De Provincia were filmed in 2014 and 2017 respectively and both were produced by his own company Compania Amateur. Moreno is often identified as a key figure in the "New Argentine Cinema" movement that emerged around 1998.
Morán is a bank employee in Buenos Aires who dreams up a risky plan to liberate himself and his co-worker Román from the shackles of working life: Morán will steal enough cash from the bank to fund their retirement if Román hides the money for him after he confesses and serves prison time; in three years’ time, they’ll reunite, split the cash, and never have to work again. Departing to the countryside to fulfill his side of the deal, the less adventurous Román finds himself transformed by Morán’s idyllic vision of economic liberation far from the rigors of urban life. But what is the true cost of freedom?