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Apricot (2014)

Durazno (original title)
How are biographies charted? How is identity constructed? Can we relive our past, reinvent it, rearrange or recycle it? Can we really know who we are if we ignore where do we come from?

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Nahuel Pérez Biscayart ...
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Ezequiel W. Gonzalez ...
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Storyline

The documentary follows Ezequiel W. Gonzalez and Nahuel Pérez Biscayart as they set out on a road trip together. The two are both in search of something: W. Gonzalez is looking for his biological father while Biscayart is studying him with the intent of basing a character off of him. Both men suffer from issues stemming from identity. W. Gonzalez has to deal with the long term effects of his abandonment as an infant by his mother, the lack of any clear knowledge of who his father is, and the mysterious death of his adopted father. Meanwhile Biscayart struggles to identify his character, W. Gonzalez and ultimately himself. Written by Tokyogirl79

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Travel towards inside yourself

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26 March 2014 (France)  »

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$290,000 (estimated)
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Durazno used garbage and rubbish to construct the dream sequence in the film. This garbage had been collected over a year through recycling campaigns in different points of Bolivian cities. See more »

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Acid Rain
Written by 'The Growlers'
Performed by "The Growlers"
Courtesy of Everloving
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