“Guys, the people’s movie”narrated by Guillermo Francella and based on a story by Hernan Casciaripremiered yesterday in theaters across the country, and became the most viewed national film of that date, with more than 82,000 spectators on its first day in theaters.
With these figures, “Guys, the people’s movie” is positioned as the third best opening in history for a local production, behind “Football” and “The theft of the century”with 113 thousand and 104 thousand spectators respectively.
What “Boys, the People’s Movie” is about
Directed by Jesus Braceras“Boys, the people’s movie” is a cinematographic experience that through videos obtained by inviting Argentines around the world and unpublished material from the celebrations and the arrival of the National Team, will take the public to that eternal December where the streets were dyed blue and white.
“Giving my voice to this wonderful project made me relive every moment of that atypical December that will remain on our skin for eternity. Celebrating with heat, feeling how the emotion that came from each stadium was replicated in the streets, with hugs between strangers, united in a single passion and the 9th of July filled from end to end, are some of the things that will be saved forever in our memory and that are visible in this film that invites us to repeat without stopping: Beautiful anniversary, right?!” commented Guillermo Francella.
The film that premiered yesterday – December 7 – is available in theaters throughout the country and reached theaters in 4D, being one of the first Argentine films released in this format.
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