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Jamaica

Spain, 2007 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Giancarlo Cammarota

Jamaica

In an unknown war zone, in an indeterminate era, two lovers seek seclusion and ignorance of the outside world. Performing their own wedding ceremony, they relish their final moments together under the impending threat of interruption and danger, in this tense and emotionally powerful Spanish film.


D Giancarlo Cammarota P Ernesto Faraco & Giancarlo Cammarota WS Arsenale23 L Spanish w/English subtitles TD video/col/200715mins

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