International Documentary

Director: Pablo Abram

Length: 12 minutes

  • Best International Documentary

In this short film, documentarian Pablo Abram tells the story of Daniel, one of many low-income Argentines caught up in Argentina’s economic crisis. After escaping a misspent youth in drugs and crime, Daniel becomes a self-employed gardener, delivery man, and even a baker. Still, he struggles to make a better life for himself in an economy melting down from inflation and populist politics. Pablo asks Aldo, “What can be done to help Argentines like Daniel who are suffering from policies that keep them locked in poverty?” The goal of this video is to make people aware of how persons like Daniel can live better with free market policies, so that they support the proposals and to get donations to promote our plan of reforms.

You may view the film here.