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Six of One

UK, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Animation)

Director: Tim Webb

Who to believe? This complex tale of deceit, infidelity, a crime of passion and real estate prices is more about questions than answers. Like Kurosaw' s Rashomon, everybody tells their version of events and no two perspectives are the same.

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