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April Diary

UK, 1998 (MIFF 1999, Documentary)

Director: Rodrigo Vazquez

April Diary is a poetic chronicle of a descent to the horrors behind the Falklands war. A highly subjective and personal search for the fragments of an ongoing war in Argentina.

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