Netflix presents Recurrence trailer, new film made in Argentina starring Luisana Lopilato

  • The end of the trilogy starring Luisana Lopilato premieres globally on July 27
  • After the films Perdida and Intuition the latest adventure of Manuela Pelari’s character arrives, this time in the North of Argentina. 
  • Directed by Alejandro Montiel and based on the character from the novels written by Florencia Etcheves.

About Recurrence:

Manuela Pipa Pelari is not the same woman as she once was. The stern woman who survived her time in the Federal Police Department by breaking rules and keeping dark secrets has decided to change her life. 

After letting the dealer Cornelia Villalba go free and quitting her job, her life fell apart. Her aunt Alicia Pelari, with the intention of rescuing her, brought her to the small town of La Quebrada in the north of Argentina, where Pipa isolated herself for ten years. In this town, Pipa found peace and the opportunity to start over and let her guard down.

She promised herself to never recur to violence again, until the tragic death of a teenage girl drags her back into one the place she thought she had escaped from. 

Data sheet:

DIRECTOR: Alejandro Montiel

SCRIPT: Mili Roque Pitt, Alejandro Montiel and Florencia Etcheves.

CAST: Luisana Lopilato, Mauricio Paniagua, Inés Estévez, Ariel Staltari, Paulina García, Malena Narvay, Aquiles Casabella, Benjamín Del Cerro, Santiago Artemis, Laura González, Ivonne Quispe, Mercedes Burgos and Javier Flores, among others.

PRODUCTION: FAM CONTENIDOS in co-production with Corinthian Argentina

PRODUCERS: Fernando Blanco, Mili Roque Pitt, Alejandro Cacetta, Juan Pelosi

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Mili Roque Pitt, Alejandro Cacetta

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