'The striking feature film debut from Andreas Fontana brings a prickly thriller sensibility to the closed world of high finance and a piquancy to the phrase "dirty money".' - Wendy Ide, Screen International

'Azor itself is a code word meaning “to not say too much” or “to keep one’s cards close,” a trait that the film and its protagonist so excel at, viewers will be kept guessing until the last moment.' - Joe Blessing, The Playlist

'Pure evil is all around in this unnervingly subtle, sophisticated movie; an eerie oppression in the air... It is a film that continues to echo mysteriously inside my head.' - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Set in 1980s Argentina in the midst of a military dictatorship, this subtle and suspenseful thriller sees Swiss private banker Yvan De Wiel travel with his wife Inés to Buenos Aires, in search of his missing business partner René Keys. Meeting with various wealthy clients, De Wiel must navigate a world of luxury and corruption in order to untangle the mysterious fate of his partner Keys. With strong evocations of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, Azor is a sublimely atmospheric feature debut by director Andreas Fontana.