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Ernesto and Helena have been married for many years.
They live at an isolated estate between tobacco fields and the high mountain jungle in the northwest or Argentina.
One day, they receive Joaquin, her cousin just discharged from rehab, who has been sent by his family and against his will, to spend a time there.
The marriage is passing through a fragile situation, the trouble to conceive a child has plunged them into obsession and a loss of desire.
The new presence is Helena’s opportunity to reinvent herself and for Ernesto, oxygen.
Living at close quarters will destabilize the couple and a love triangle begins to take form amongst the hunting, the cockfights and the life in the fields.Desire can also take on the shape of a deep felt violence.Download Presskit DESHORA was born from the relation of familiarity and strangeness that I have with the environment in which I grew up, a provincial life, the relation with those places, the practices and the daily coexistence with a traditional and conservative context.I feel motivated by the idea of intimacy: the body as the territory in which the intimate develops, as the tool with which we relate to others and to space.What interests me the most is when intimacy is threatened, when our known universe turns into something strange, when we can’t recognise the ones we know or even ourselves.Intimacy also as the place where desire inhabits, that secret part of us that works as an engine that can push us to something vital or to an abyss.