Recurrence (Pipa) is an Argentinian crime thriller movie released on Netflix. It is directed by Alejandro Montiel and written by Montiel, Florencia Etcheves and Mili Roque Pitt. It is part of a film series based on a character from the novels of Florence Etcheves.
After ex-cop Manuela Pelario AKA Pipa’s aunt moves her to a remote town to get her life back on track and get some peace, she is drawn back into the dark world she escaped from. Although Pipa has vowed never to return to this life, she is forced to reconsider her decision when she becomes involved in the murder of teenage girl Samantha Sosa.
Seeing the retired Pippa back in action in this mystery thriller tale keeps the audience, especially the fans of the 2018 film, enthralled from start to finish. Meanwhile, the sub-arid landscape in the background tends to make you wonder where the Netflix Recurrence movie was filmed.
Recurrence Movie Filming Locations
“Recurrence” was filmed entirely in Argentina, mainly in the provinces of Jujuy and Salta, as well as in Buenos Aires. Principal photography of the Argentinian film is believed to have started in October 2021 and ended in early December of that year.
As many scenes were shot in the province of Jujuy, where the bulk of the narrative takes place, the production unit added an element of authenticity to the crime film.
Several key parts of “Recurrence” were shot in Jujuy, an Argentine province located in the country’s extreme northwest. The production team camped in Purmamarca, which is a town in the department of Tumbaya in the province of Jujuy. In October, the cast and crew members of the film were also spotted in Tilcara, the capital of the Tilcara Department. At the beginning of November, they finished recording all the scenes in this province.
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The crew of the mystery thriller also traveled south to Argentina’s other province of Salta, which is located in the northwest of the country and surrounds some parts of the province of Jujuy. In particular, some of the key sequences were probably recorded in Cafayate, a city in the central zone of Valles Calchaquíes in the province of Salta. The production team of “Recurrence” spent about a week shooting several scenes on location with suitable backdrops.
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While filming the final parts of “Recurrence,” the cast and crew stopped in Buenos Aires, the capital and capital of Argentina. It seems that they traveled across the city and used the varied landscape to get the shots they needed for the movie. In addition to this film, Buenos Aires has served as a prominent production location for various types of filming projects.
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