An interview with Romina Tamburello and Federico Actis, the directors of "Vera And The Pleasure Of Others", interviewer Triin Tramberg.
"Romina Tamburello’s and Federico Actis' ""Vera and Pleasure of Others"" offers the key to the world of private desires. Funny and slightly naughty film debut explores coming of age and sexual awakening from the perspective of a 17-year-old girl.
“We would like teenagers to come and see the movie, but we also believe that parents are the audience. So they can accompany their children’s sexuality,” said Romina Tamburello in an interview with Triin Tramberg.
Romina Tamburello is a versatile artist – an actress, theater director, screenwriter, documentarian, and writer. With her film debut, she also proves herself as a film director. Together with co-director Federico Actis, whose work includes the short film ""The Cable Cars"" and the documentary ""The Architecture of Crime,"" they form a fresh duo in the Argentine film industry.
PÖFF TV is brought to you by Elisa Eesti, Co-funded by the European Union and the Ruum:um studio.