This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a Q&A from the 50th New Directors/New Films with Andreas Fontana on his feature debut, Azor.

Swiss director Andreas Fontana brings an astonishingly assured eye to this gripping debut feature set in the cloistered world of high finance in Argentina in the 1970s. With a finely tuned sense of impassive anxiety, Fabrizio Rongione plays a banker who has traveled from Geneva to Buenos Aires with his wife to disentangle the complicated threads left behind by a colleague who has mysteriously disappeared. Once there, he finds himself descending ever deeper into a sinister inner circle, connecting the country’s upper classes to the military junta’s ongoing “Dirty War.”

Azor is now playing daily in our theaters. Click here for tickets and showtimes.

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