Lost Embrace

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Released 2004

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Director:
Daniel Burman
Released:
2004
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Lost Embrace is a 2004 Argentinian film following Ariel (Daniel Hender), a Jewish college dropout who spends most of his directionless days in a hectic shopping mall. There, his mother, Sonia (Adriana Aizenberg), runs a lingerie shop beside the other businesses operated by a variety of multi-ethnic characters. Ariel is an anxious young man, eager to get his European citizenship because he feels out of place in South America and uncomfortable with his Jewish lineage. He pesters his grandmother (Rosita Londner) for documentation that would prove his Polish heritage and yearns to know his father, Elias (Jorge D'Alia), who abandoned the family in 1973 to live in Israel and fight in the Yom Kippur War. Elias calls Sonia once a week but Ariel still harbors resentment for the absence of his father, who left while he was a baby. Lost Embrace won the Best Film award at the Bangkok World Film Festival in 2004, and is directed by Daniel Burman.

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