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Quadrilateral

Spain (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Jose Carlos Ruiz

Four characters who have no names, and who are incapable of expressing their feelings, love without being loved. José Carlos Ruiz's stylish short drama reveals the intimacies of living in the anonymity of the city.
D/S José Carlos Ruiz P José Antonio Bonet WS Master Cluster, S.L. L Spanish w/English subtitles TD 35mm/col/2004/16mins

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