WriterAnahi Berneri, Pablo Perez, Susana Silvestre (collaboration) AwardsTeddy Award for Best Feature Film ProducersDaniel Burman, Diego Dubcovsky CastJuan Minujín (Pablo Pérez), Mimí Ardú (Auntie), Carlos Echevarría (Nicolás), Javier van de Couter (Martín), Osmar Núñez (Báez), Ricardo Merkin (Padre) Similar moviesThe Wilding, Django Unchained, Sexual Chronicles of a French Family, Youth, The Consul of Sodom, Love Forbidden
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A Year Without Love (Spanish: Un año sin amor) is a 2005 Argentine drama film directed by Anahi Berneri, and written by Berneri and Pablo Pérez, adapting Pérez's autobiographical novel of the same title.
The plot follows Pablo, a writer dealing with loneliness and AIDS. Yearning for love, he places ads in a gay magazine and finds himself involved in the secretive world of Buenos Aires gay leather scene.
A Year Without Love played the international and gay and lesbian film festival circuits, garnering a number of awards including the Teddy Bear prize for the Best Gay Film at the 2005 Berlin Film Festival.
Pablo is a struggling poet who is living with HIV in Buenos Aires. Over the course of a year he deals with issues relating to his health, his family, his search for love and his developing involvement with leather fetishism. The year culminates with the publication of his diary in the form of a novel, Un Año sin amor.
Juan Minujín as Pablo Pérez
Mimí Ardu as Pablo's aunt
Carlos Echevarría as Nicolás
Bárbara Lombardoas Julia
Javier Van de Couter as Martín
Osmar Núñez as Commissar Báez
Ricardo Merkin as Pablo's father
Carlos Portaluppi as the book editor
Mónica Cabrera as social worker
Ricardo Moriello as Juan
Juan Carlos Ricci as Dr. Rizzo
Berlin International Film Festival: Teddy Award, Best Feature Film; 2005.
Outfest: Grand Jury Award, Outstanding International Narrative Feature; 2005.
New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival: Best Foreign Narrative Feature; 2005.
Mar del Plata Film Festival: FIPRESCI Prize, Anahi Berneri; Best film; 2005.
Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor Award; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best New Actor, Juan Minujín; Best Costume Design, Roberta Pesci; 2006.