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Wakolda


2014
8th August
Wakolda

Directed by

Lucia Puenzo

Starring

Alex Brendemuhl
Natalia Oreiro
Diego Peretti
Elena Roger
Guillermo Pfening
Florencia Bado
Alan Daicz
Nicolas Marsella
Ana Pauls
Juan I. Martinez
Carlos Kaspar
Maria V. Barret
Abril Braunstein
Benito E. Crespo
Sebastian Caneva
Hartmut Becher
Valeria Radivo
Ricardo Truppel
Marcelo Bearzi
Maia Muravchik
Tobias Gonzalez Varcelo
Matiaz Zunino
Martin Willnecker
Tomas Jacob
Brian Sichel
Julia Zey
Sofia Stieglitz
Diego Acosta

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Wakolda
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The German Doctor (2013)  IMDb

Directed by Lucía Puenzo. With Alex Brendemühl, Diego Peretti, Guillermo Pfening, Alan Daicz. The true story of an Argentine family who lived with Josef ...

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Wakolda review – the muscular force of a Forsythian thriller  The Guardian

Lucía Puenzo's drama-thriller about a mysterious, genetics-obsessed German doctor in Patagonia is an atmospheric triumph, writes Peter Bradshaw.

Thu, 7th August 2014

Wakolda: the girl who befriended Dr Mengele  Jewish News

A new film imagines the consequences when a young girl unwittingly befriends one of the world's most wanted war criminals. Francine Wolfisz, features editor, ...

Thu, 7th August 2014

Wakolda review – Nazis in Patagonia?  The Guardian

Lucía Puenzo's creepy follow-up to the elegant XXY fails to convince as either an arthouse film or thriller, writes Jonathan Romney.

Sat, 9th August 2014

Wakolda, film review: Stately art-house drama plays like a coming-of-age story  The Independent

Lucía Puenzo's curiously detached and creepy drama, adapted by Puenzo from her own novel, is inspired by stories about the Nazi geneticist Josef Mengele's ...

Fri, 8th August 2014

Cannes Film Review: ‘Wakolda’  Variety

A plodding Argentine potboiler that examines the country's history of harboring Nazis after WWII, “Wakolda” leadenly reverse-engineers its plot from a reveal ...

Wed, 29th May 2013