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Salsa

Sweden, 1994 (MIFF 1994, Animation Focus)

Director: Margaret French, Erik-Gustaf Brilioth

Winter snow - through the red door. It's crazy show time. See the red peppers - they're really hot. The despondent one meets feral furry critter...love.

The tumbling tomato sings a Spanish solo. The pert pears trip the light fantastic and why did the bananas split?

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