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Invulnerable (2005)

Elías is just beginning his career as a high school teacher and just beginning his relationship with Pedro when he finds out that he's HIV positive. How will he tell his new lover?

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Antonio Naharro ... Elías
Andrés Waksman ... Pedro
Emilio Linder ... Padre de Elías (as Emilio Línder)
Nacho Medina ... Lucas
Joshean Mauleón ... Amigo
Ben Temple ... Americano
Celia Marqués ... Profesora
Teresa Arbolí ... Ats
Catalina Lladó ... Elvira
Lorena García ... Terapeuta
Susana Monje ... Esther
... Matías (as Cristóbal Anaga)
María José Fuster ... María José
María José Amorós ... María
Raúl Sáez ... Raúl
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Elías is just beginning his career as a high school teacher and just beginning his relationship with Pedro when he finds out that he's HIV positive. How will he tell his new lover?

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Short | Romance

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12 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Niewzruszony  »

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Nobody But You
Lyrics by Robert Wratten
Performed by Trembling Blue Stars
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Superb movie
8 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

I loved this movie. Since it was a short film I found that the every choice from soundtrack to camera angle was taken into account extremely carefully and thoughtfully. The venue that I saw this movie at was the Toronto Sort Film Gala and it honestly blew me away. I walked out of the screening room with a big smile on my face truly having enjoyed what I just watched. The subtitling was was very professional and the audio track rarely crackled. I'm not sure what the original media format was but it was screened on a 16mm projector and if it had to be converted from digital or another measure of film it was done beautifully and nearly flawlessly. Invulnerable came down as raw and honest but not overbearing. I laughed quite a bit, I was in shock for some of it. It really managed to tug at my emotions.


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