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From Mesmer, with Love or Tea for Two

Mexico, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Fiction)

Director: Salvador Aguirre, Alejandro Lubezki

Alberto resorts to disturbing and extravagant practices to break through the shell of his loneliness and fulfill his desires. This cheeky short film won the Grand Prix for Short film, Critics Week, Cannes 2002.

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