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Requiem for Romance

Canada, 2012 (MIFF 2013, Animation)

Director: Jonathan Ng

A young couple end their love affair via a phone call, with their break-up spectacularly visualised as an epic martial arts battle in ancient China against vivid watercolour backdrops.

D/P/S Jonathan Ng WS Travelling TD HD Cam/2012

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