Imagining Argentina Movie

Who's Involved:

Emma Thompson, Maria Canals, Diane Sillan, Ruben Blades, Kuno Becker, Christopher Hampton, Claire Bloom, Leticia Dolera, Michael Peyser, John Wood, Raúl Outeda, Santiago Pozo

Release Date:

To Be Announced (TBA)

Rating: R

Runtime: N/A

Imagining Argentina Plot: What's the story?

1976. Buenos Aires is haunted by the ongoing disappearances of individuals who dare to take a stand against the dictatorship government. Carlos Rueda, the director of a children's theatre, returns home to find his wife, Cecilia, has been taken away for writing a controversial article in the local paper. Carlos meets with others whose loved ones have disappeared and discovers that he can look into their faces and see the fate of those they love. People flock to him for news of those who have disappeared, but no matter how hard he tries he cannot see where Cecilia is, though he can sense where she has been. Carlos desperately searches for his wife, but he is always one step behind. Meanwhile, Cecilia is planning her own dangerous escape.

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Crew and Production Credits: Who's making Imagining Argentina?

A look at the Imagining Argentina behind-the-scenes crew and production team. The film's writer Christopher Hampton last wrote Adore and A Dangerous Method.


Raúl Outeda
Michael Peyser
Santiago Pozo
Diane Sillan

Production Company

Arenas Entertainment

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Production Timeline: When did the Imagining Argentina come together?

On or about December 31, 1969 • The film was in Completed status.

Imagining Argentina Release Date: When was it released?

Imagining Argentina was released To Be Announced (TBA). ().
United States

When will the movie be on DVD?

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

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