In the middle of a summit for Latin American heads of state held at a remote hotel in the Andes Mountains, Argentine president Hernan Blanco finds himself caught up in a corruption scandal involving his daughter. While he struggles to contain the damage, which threatens to wreak havoc on his public and private life, he must also fight to defend the political and economic interests of an entire continent.
Director: Santiago Mitre
Santiago Mitre was born on 4 December 1980. He is an Argentine film director and screenwriter. He was named as a member of the jury of the International Critics' Week section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Carancho (2010), 7 Days in Heaven (2011), White Elephant (2012),