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Alba García ...
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Líriko
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Medussa
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Tótem
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Prosak
Adam Jezierski ...
Foco
Fernando Soto ...
Rafa
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Night
Nasser Saleh ...
Darío
Manolo Solo ...
Profesor
Álvaro Cañete ...
Luis
Miriam Martín ...
Niña de blanco
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Adolescente Japonés
José María Moreno ...
Fede
Sergio Villalba ...
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Referenced in Estrenos Críticos: La Ninfa de MELANCOLÍA (2011) See more »

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Palabras - versión para Verbo
Lyrics by Oriol Prieto Sánchez, Nach (as Ignacio Fornés Olmo) and Julián Núñez Franco
Music by Pascal Gaigne
Performed by Miguel Ángel Silvestre
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profound and sensitive look at the teenage soul
5 November 2011 | by (Navarra, Europe) – See all my reviews

This is a noteworthy film. The movie is more complex and rich that you can think just by a shallow or quick consideration. This film calls for meditation and careful consideration. It is not only a reflection on the teenage struggle for identity. It is also a serious declaration about the vacuity of contemporary society, and how urban culture is in many occasions the ultimate refuge to look for spiritual feed and support. It is not a pretentious film, rather it is a sincere one.

Graffiti and hip-hop are not simple hobbies, the film tells us, but - as a cultural expression - they constitute an emanation of the human soul trying to make their way from the depths of this diminished world to the arena of the people's consciousness. This idea is used in the image system of the film when one sees graffiti extending on the city walls coming from the soil.

The use of animation with a Japanese look in some sequences of the film is really beautiful and coherent with the overall work.

The acting of the lead actress Alba Garcia is well done and fits in the structure of the film.

The directing is both creative and effective. I hope this filmmaker can make his way to get his second feature done in a near future. More films like this are needed.


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