Don't cry for me, England

  • Feature
  • 2018
  • 104 Minutes
  • Argentina, Uruguay
  • Language: Spanish and English

In 1806, in the mist of the British invasion of Buenos Aires, football is introduced. A merchant of the time sees in this sport a unique business opportunity and in the process awakens a passion so great that it can replace the war.

Director: Néstor Montalbano

Screenwriter: Guillermo Hough, Néstor Montalbano

Production Company: Pelicano Cine, Cordón Films


Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Guillermo Hough, Néstor Montalbano

Producer: Esteban Lucangioli, Araquen Rodriguez

DOP / Camera: Sebastián Pereyra

Editor: César Custodio

Music: Pablo Borghi

Sound: Lucas Larriera

Production Designer: Eva Duarte

Cast: Mike Amigorena, Gonzalo Heredia, Diego Capusotto, Laura Fidalgo, Luciano Cáceres, Roberto Carnaghi


Néstor Montalbano

Néstor Montalbano was born on May 13, 1961, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a director and writer, known for Soy tu aventura (2003), Cómplices (1998) and Pájaros volando (2010).

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