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The Last Suit

Synopsis

Abraham Bursztein, an octogenarian Jewish tailor, embarks on the adventure of a lifetime. Escaping a family intent on confining him to a nursing home, Abraham leaves Buenos Aires in search of the man who, over 70 years ago, saved him from certain death.
With assistance from a roll call of generous strangers, the sharply-dressed suitmaker makes his way across Europe to Poland, undeterred by travel mishaps, family foibles and geographical obstacles.
Heartfelt and charming, with a wonderful comedic flavour, The Last Suit reminds us of the enduring importance of family, friends and keeping your word.

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Starring

Miguel Ángel Solá, Ángela Molina, Martín Piroyansky

Directed by

Pablo Solarz

Written by

Pablo Solarz

Country Of Origin

Argentina, Spain

Language

Spanish

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