Overview

Set largely in Montevideo, The Moneychanger stars Daniel Hendler as Humberto Brause, who takes advantage of Uruguay’s poor economy by specializing in offshore money laundering. Spanning the fifties to the seventies, the film follows Humberto as he gets increasingly in over his head with multiple shady book-cooking schemes throughout South America, leading to an ultimate life-or-death decision.

  1. Federico Veiroj

    Director, Writer

  2. Arauco Hernández Holz

    Writer

  3. Martín Mauregui

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Daniel Hendler

    Daniel Hendler

    Humberto Brause

  2. Dolores Fonzi

    Dolores Fonzi

    Gudrun

  3. Luis Machín

    Luis Machín

    Sr. Schweinsteiger

  4. Benjamín Vicuña

    Benjamín Vicuña

    Javier Bonpland

  5. Germán de Silva

    Germán de Silva

    Moacyr Souza

Full Cast & Crew

The Moneychanger
The Moneychanger

Facts

Original Title Así habló el cambista

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 29, 2019
    Theatrical (limited)

    Meaning

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 37m

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