: Debt) is a 2004 Argentine documentary film
directed and written by Jorge Lanata
with Andrés G. Schaer
. The film premiered on 7 October 2004 in Buenos Aires
. The film was nominated for a number of Silver Condor awards for Best Documentary (Mejor Largometraje Documental) and Best Screenplay, Feature-Length Documentary (Mejor Guión Largometraje Documental) recognising directors Jorge Lanata
and Andrés G. Schaer
. At the 2005 World Soundtrack Awards
the score musicians Andrés Goldstein
and Daniel Tarrab
were also nominated for an achievement award.
Deuda is the story of a pursuit the search for the responsible for the televised cry of hunger of Barbara Flores, an eight-year-old Argentine girl. The film focuses on institutional corruption in Buenos Aires
, the International Monetary Fund
(IMF), the World Bank
and general international bureaucratic lack of interest. The film also includes interviews with high ranking IMF officials including Anne Kreuger.