Moebius

Synopsis: A train on the Buenos Aires subway system suddenly vanishes.
Director(s): Gustavo Mosquera R.
  7 wins & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.9
Year:
1996
88 min
35 Views


This is the first film product of the

Superior School of Cinema of Buenos Aires.

It's objective is essentially pedagogic.

The young students. More than looking for

a job hope, they go thru the main

door to arrive to the magical and

wonderful movie making world.

The subway is without a doubt,

a symbol of these times.

A labyrinth where in

silence we cross each other,

without knowing who

nor where they're going.

Hundreds of routes,

on which we take advantage to establish

a balance, to re-look a situation,

and try to ride more than a train,

a change of life...

It's a strange game,

on which we submerge

ourselves in infinite tunnels

without realizing that in each transfer

we're definitively changing our destiny

With the subway I found the

most powerful machine to look,

but I've never imagined what will

happen to me in the near future.

"BUENOS AIRES' SUBWAYS, GENERAL NETWORK"

"INFRASTRUCTURE MASTER PLAN, 1st STEP"

"Buenos Aires' SUBWAYS" "TECHNICAL MANAGMENT"

"SPECIAL CROSSING DETAIL"

"DOUBLE SKEW COMPLEX"

MOEBIUS:

Attention garage! This is Bolivar!

Copy me, garage!

Can someone answer me?!

This is garage, Bolivar, I copy you.

I received a call from "Plaza Italia", we're

late and with overflow. Send another "comboy"!

You copied that?

I've sent everything, Bolivar.

What do you mean everything?

I sent the last car a while

ago, I have nothing here... huh.

What?! That can't be. You

should have more trains!

You should have at least one more.

- I have nothing!

- Well, okay. I'll see where I can find another one.

But you check your list. You may be having one

more in your sector, and you haven't noticed.

Understood?

Listen Bolivar, I repeat, I

have nothing to check in here.

Why are you telling me that? Do you know you're

talking to your boss, dammit!? Understood!

"Route 2"

Yes, this is Juan Vega.

I don't understand.

What did you lost?

- Now what?

- And we keep on going straight?

Straight to the right,

or straight to the left

If you don't pay attention,

we'll stay here all night.

- Which way should I take, boss?

- Well... can't you see we can't move?

Well, if it's because of the

lights, we ain't going no where

Besides, there are a lot out of order

What you talking about?

Hello? Please put me through the CEO

Sir?

Vega, I hope you have a good

reason to made me come down here.

I was expecting you.

You can't imagine how

well I feel here, Pratt.

Taking some fresh air.

I can't stand the closed

feeling of the office

I feel like taking one of these routes and never

coming back to this city, that why I make them

If I ask to any of the architects

this, they'll think I just gave up.

And I...

I don't want to go back top the subway

thing just because some nut got the idea.

This work for me is done.

Yes but I, I don't know how can I help

you. I didn't participate in this project,

and I'm not even an architect.

I don't need an architect.

Besides, no one wants to go

back down there, it's very hot.

I called you 'cause I know you like problems. In

fact, you dedicated yourself to math, isn't it?

- Topology

- Ah! The fascination for the analysis of surfaces,

one formula, one calculation

and you keep it in a book.

It seems to weird to me... Like those expositions

that CEO of the subway does... that Blazi.

Go and see what is happening to

him. That way I can be more calmed.

Maybe you'll find that

crazy nut interesting.

Although I doubt it, Anyways, I don't want to

tire you more. When we finished the perimetral

construction, everything was okay

and we were done. Now they have flaws.

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