Two Shots Fired
Filmfest 2015

German Age Rating

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17-year-old Mariano finds a gun at his home. In a thoughtless moment he shoots himself twice, but he survives. DOS DISPAROS portrays the strained relations in the family and among friends due to the shooting.

"Rejtman has developed a canny, wholly original serio-comic voice. Romantic confusion, investment troubles, unemployment, youthful aimlessness, the numbing rush of city life, and the revivifying power of music and dance: in Rejtman's movies, the business of modern urban living – and specifically, of living in Argentina during the country's millennial economic crisis – comes off as both familiar and thrillingly strange. Film Comment says: 'Rejtman sustains a unique energy across all of his work, which combines droll dialogue with screwball-inspired situations and chance.'"
Rachel Del Giudice, Film Society Lincoln Center

tags: Humor, Youth/Coming of Age, Latin America, Feature film, Surreal

Cast: Rafael Federman, Manuela Martelli, Susana Pampin, Laura Paredes, Benjamin Coelho


Screenplay: Martin Rejtman

Director of Photography: Lucio Bonelli

Film Editor: Martín Manioli

Composer: Diego Vainer

Production Designer: Mariela Rípodas

Costume Design: Paola Delgado

Sound: David Miranda Hardy, Diego Martínez Rivero

Producer: Rosa Martinez Riveiro, Violeta Bava

Production Company: Ruda Cine

Co-Producer: Augusto Matte, Bruno Bettati, Jan van der Zanden, Christoph Friedel

Co-Production Company: Jirafa Films, Waterland, Pandora Filmproduktion GmbH

World Sales: Ruda Cine

Director: Martin Rejtman