El hombre muerto (2008)
- Summaries (1)
The 'Dead man' gives a testimony of the short and ephemeral of the human drama, measured with the cyclical time of the nature that follows the same rhythm of the everyday. Repetition is one of the forms that mark the passage of time, the underlying idea being that time is an endlessly repeated instant. Time in 'The Dead Man' is a moment or instant, which may be taken as a defined space occupied in its entire dimension. This story, filled with metaphors, is a tribute to the Latin American "magic realism".
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