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Christoffer and Maja's trip to Prague to bring back Chistoffer's deceased father evolves into the story of a break-up. In the wake of the events that follow, secrets gradually emerge which threaten to destroy their marriage.
Andrew Gillis' debut feature, simulating a documentary film with its use of handheld cameras, was awarded an official certificate for following Dogme 95's rules for "cinematic chastity." ... See full summary »
Juan Pinzas is the director of Spanish Dogma movies . A trilogy named : Once upon another time ,Wedding Days and The Desenlace.
The Desenlace is the best of them and probably the best Dogma movie in the world . It's a great drama full of sensations, and a fascinating work by the actors, specially José Sancho , Beatriz Rico and Javier Gurruchaga . It's the story of a group of persons, ancient companions of study . One of them is a writer and one of his works are going to be filmed by a veteran movie director . The producer of the picture is Pilar Sueiro ( who directed some years ago the interesting :When the world finishes I will ever love you ).
A different movie for discovering . Fernando Alonso Barahona .
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