One Time Screening

They are both alone. They need each other but, at the same time, they despise each other.  Siblings Marcos and Susana are unable to heal the old wounds festering within them.  Marcos's need to start living again surfaces when his sister forces him to leave Buenos Aires for Uruguay.

“Dos Hermanos” came out strong in its world premiere in Argentina earlier this year, posting the hottest per-screen gross.  Based on the novel by Diego Dubcovsky, “Laura’s Villa.”   

Writer:  Venice & Berlin award winning Daniel Burman (“Empty Nest”, “Lost Embrace”, “Family Law”)  

Director:  Daniel Burman, Diego Dubcovsky 

Distributor:  Outsider Pictures   



Genre:  Comedy | Drama 

Country:  Argentina   


Runtime:  105 min   

Language:  Spanish w/English subtitles   

Parents Guide:  Not rated   

Trailer, in Spanish:


FESTIVALS:  Official Selection, Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic; Chicago International Film Festival – Silver Hugo Award (Oct 2010) for best ensemble acting.; AFI Latin American Film Festival, MD; Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, Brazil; Winner Silver Hugo award at the Chicago Film Festival for best ensemble acting (Oct 2010)

“Funny and very perceptive about two siblings both devoted to and limited by each other, “Brother and Sister” conveys warmth and sadness in terrifically subtle ways. Great performances make this a moving and surprising pleasure.”  Chicago International Film Festival