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Lapsus

Argentina, 2007 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Juan Pablo Zaramella

Lapsus

A nervous nun, a white space, a black void. In this playful, mischievous film themes of moral ‘black and white' take on an absurd visual logic.


D/S Juan Pablo Zaramella P Silvina Cornillón TD 35mm/B&W/2007/4mins

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