Since the accident, Luisa has not been able to put her life back together. But when a seductive stranger comes into her life and forcefully proposes starting over, Luisa is confronted with the grieving process she had previously done everything to avoid. The new man’s overwhelming energy may be hiding warning signs about his character, and the possibility of rebuilding a family starts to blur with a powerful anxiety that overcomes everything and everyone in its path. INCIDENT LIGHT is a story about the erratic beginning of a relationship and the urgent need for the first light after darknes
- Fipresci Award, Argentinean Critics Award, Best Actress (Erica Rivas), Best Newcomer Actress (Susana Pampin) - Mar del Plata IFF
- Best Film, Best Actress (Susana Pampin) - Punta del Este IFF
- Erica Luis
- Susana Pampin
- Marcelo Subiotto
- Ariel Rotter
- Guillermo Nieto
- Eliane D. Katz
- Mariano Loaicono
- UDI - URBAN DISTRIBUTION INTERNATIONAL
- TAREA FINA SEE
A firm step forward by Ariel Rotter and an important and innovative addition to Argentinian cinema.
Ariel ROTTER (1973, Argentina) enrolled at the Universidad del Cine in 1992. His short films LEGOLAS (1993) and SPECTROS (1995) won prizes at several festivals. His debut feature film SOLO POR HOY (2011) was selected at the Berlinale Panorama and went on to win 15 international awards. In 2007, his second feature, EL OTRO, participated in the Berlinale Competition where it won two Silver Bears. In 2011, Rotter produced LAS ACACIAS by Pablo Giorgelli which received the Golden Camera award at Cannes. Today, he is one of the most renowned indie directors both locally and internationally. His most recent work, INCIDENT LIGHT (2015), was selected at Rotterdam IFF, Fribourg IFF and awarded the Fipresci Award among others at Mar del Plata IFF.