Nicolas Sorin

FILM SCORES

Nominated for best music at “Beijing Film Festival 2013″

http://www.bjiff.com/20130423/n373692448.shtml

 

“Dias de pesca” and “El Gato Desaparece” available for download

Download links:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dias-pesca-main-theme-single/id590739530

https://itunes.apple.com/album/gato-desaparece-main-theme/id592780774?l=de&v0=9989&ign-mpt=uo%3D1

MR Movies Review

THE CAT VANISHES

¬†Before my recent viewing of ‚ÄúThe Cat Vanishes‚ÄĚ, I was unaware of its Argentinean director, Carlos Sorin.¬†¬†Apparently this film is a departure from the usual types of realistic and simple dramas that Sorin is known for and in a recent interview with him, he has stated that this one off experiment would be just that.¬†¬†The reason for this is because he found the stylized world of his Hitchcock homage to be an incredibly hard film to make.¬†¬†Watching the film you would not know it because Sorin has created such a great little film, he always seems in total control of it, and it is a shame that he will not make another suspense thriller like this again.¬†¬†When it comes to the homage of the work of master filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, many have tried, but amazingly a lot fail, however Sorin has done a brilliant job of creating the wonderful suspense of a Hitchcock film without totally aping his style. Read More »

Un terso drama – Clarin

Padre e hija Awada y Almeida, en dos interpretaciones notables.

Padre e hija Awada y Almeida, en dos interpretaciones notables.

‚ÄúD√ćAS DE PESCA‚ÄĚ, DE CARLOS SOR√ćN

Un terso drama

Alejandro Awada interpreta a un alcóholico en recuperación, que viaja al sur para pescar tiburones y reencontrarse con su hija.

15.11.2012 | Por Miguel Frías

mfrias@clarin.com

Como se viene publicando y publicando: en¬†D√≠as de pesca, Carlos Sor√≠n vuelve a la Patagonia, a las¬†road movies¬†agridulces y emotivas, a las pel√≠culas con actores profesionales mezclados con lugare√Īos -tiernos, nobles, ingenuos: antih√©roes queribles- que hacen de s√≠ mismos. Y sin embargo, si la comparamos con¬†Historias m√≠nimas¬†, √≠cono del cine¬†alla¬†Sor√≠n,D√≠as…¬†es, en muchos aspectos, muy distinta. Read More »

The Cat Vanishes Review l Screen

This nicely packaged film by veteran Sorin successfully balances humour and suspense in what might come across as a mere chamber play in lesser hands. Focusing on an well-respected academic just released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown and the translator wife whose own mental state deteriorates after he returns home and attempts to get his life back, it holds the viewer’s attention with subtle comic touches coexisting with chilling scenes of her hallucinations and more ambiguous shots of his blank face post-treatment.

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El Gato Desaparece Review l Variety

The Cat Vanishes

El gato desaparece

By ROB NELSON
'The Cat Vanishes'
Luis Luque and Beatriz Spelzini have to face their psychological problems in ‚ÄúThe Cat Vanishes.‚ÄĚ Read More »

El Camino de San Diego l Review

El Camino de San Diego

A natural crowdpleaserwhich could easily follow on the tracks of his previous film,¬†Bombon: El Perro,Carlos Sorin’s¬†TheRoad To San Diego¬†shows him to be that rare film-maker:one who still has some faith in human nature.

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Historias Minimas Review l Variety

By DAVID ROONEY

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A Nirvana presentation of a Guacamole Films (Argentina)/Wanda Vision (Spain) production. (International sales: Wanda Vision, Madrid.) Executive producer, Martin Bardi. Directed by Carlos Sorin. Screenplay, Pablo Solarz.
Roberto – Javier Lombardo Don Justo – Antonio Benedictis Maria – Javiera Bravo Read More »