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Blue Lights

Country: Argentina, Language: Spanish, 100 mins

Original Title

Luces Azules
  • Director: Lucas Santa Ana
  • Writer: Gustavo Pecoraro
  • Producer: Ernesto Larresse, Claudio Da Passano, Osmar Núñez, Fer Dente, Estela Garelli

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This emotionally charged ensemble piece unfolds during Alejandro’s 70th birthday celebration, where friends and family members gather for an unforgettable night that will redefine their relationships. As secrets surface, tensions simmer and truths emerge, Blue Lights explores the intricacies of love, loss, friendship and the evolving dynamics of gay and lesbian relationships in a changing world. With stellar performances and a poignantly insightful narrative, the film offers a nuanced reflection on life’s complexities and the ties that bind us.


Cast & Characters

Ernesto Larrese (as Alejandro)
Claudio Da Passano (as Pedro)
Osmar Núñez (as Germán)
Fernando Dente (as Fabián)
Estela Garelli (as Mabel)
Edgardo Moreira (as Ricardo)
Karina Hernández (as Marita)
Hernán Morán (as Pablo)
Javier Rodríguez Cano (as Edgardo)
Natalia Morlacci (as Jimena)
Nicolás Di Pace (as Miguel)
Lucas Santa Ana (as Roberto)
Pablo Silva (as Hombre en el bar)