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Marius Florea Vizante,
I've seen the movie at Istanbul Film Festival. Excellent artwork, pathetic story. Roman workers problematic is familiar for us. We can understand the story very well. In this story you can easily feel Roman workers situation. Artwork is very impressive and has different style. This story reminded me "Waltz with Bashir" Very impressive story about human rights. Director told a powerful story thanks to animation. With real scenes it can be difficult to catch this power. I have seen the movie in a big movie hall. After the movie audience applauded the movie and director. We look forward seeing the team's new animations and artworks. Congratulations.!!!
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