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Cry Me a River

China / Spain / France, 2008 (MIFF 2009, Fiction Shorts)

Director: Zhang Ke Jia

Four friends reunited reminisce and mourn for lost youth. From director Jia Zhang-ke, whose feature films were profiled at MIFF in 2008.

D/S Jia Zhangke P Zhang Dong, Eva Lam WS Xtreme Pictures L Mandarin w/English subtitles TD XXXX/2008

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