Damn Lamb | La Culpa del Cordero

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Jorge and Elena have been married for more than 35 years and have much to be grateful for – they have four grown children and a lifetime of wonderful family memories. Jorge has recently retired and he and Elena have made some life-changing plans for the future. It is time, they decide, to bring the family together to share their important news. This occasion, like many other family celebrations, will take place over a BBQ lunch on their beautiful property not far from the sea. The peaceful Sunday morning is punctuated by the arrivals of the guests. As time and toasts wear on, family secrets begin to unfurl and soon much, too much, has been revealed. Can the family cope with one more surprise?

Screens with: The Broken Woman, Uruguay, Dir. Jeremias Segovia
FREE PARKING is available in the centre’s surroundings:
Greenfield Pde Car Park (opposite Bankstown Sports Club) Raymond St Car Park (P7) Bankstown Arts Centre Car Park (limited spots)
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Gabriel DrakDirector / Writer / Producer
He has shot more than 300 commercials for different markets, such as Uruguay, Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Mexico and USA, for the last fifteen years. He was the first Uruguayan director to win prizes in the most important advertising festivals such as Clío, Cannes and New York. In 1997 he wrote and directed “LOS DESCONOCIDOS” (The Unknown), medium feature film for  Uruguayan TV. In 2009, along with Karina Amato, he established BOPAHTA FILMS, a company exclusively dedicated to the development and production of feature films and TV series. In 2011 he wrote and directed “LA CULPA DEL CORDERO” (Damn Lamb), which was premiered with great success in Uruguay. He is currently working in two feature films: “KOSHER” (in development) and “THE LAST ROMANTICS”(in pre production).
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Winner – 2013 Malaga Spanish Film Festival: Silver Biznaga – Best Latin American Director