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Gigante

Gigante (Director: Adri├ín Biniez): Fabian Jara (Horacio Camandule) is the titular giant, working as an overnight security guard at a large grocery store in Montevideo. He spends his evening shifts watching security cameras of other night employees doing their jobs, … Continue reading

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Hiroshima

Hiroshima (Director: Pablo Stoll): Described as a “silent musical”, Hiroshima follows the director’s brother Juan through a typical day. Though not a documentary, the film incorporates many documentary elements, including the presence of Stoll’s family starring as themselves. Juan doesn’t … Continue reading

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TIFF 2009: Preliminaries, Part 3

Today the full schedule was announced and I picked up my TIFF programme book. There are way more films than I’ll be able to see, but here are a few more that I’m hoping not to miss: Mr. Nobody (Director: … Continue reading

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TIFF 2009: Preliminaries, Part 2

Here’s my next batch of TIFF hopefuls. I’ll be narrowing it all down to somewhere around ten films in total, but this at least reminds me what films are on my radar for follow-up should I not be able to … Continue reading

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