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A Spanish short film, vintage and spoken in languages other than the country of production (Polish and German) and is a great achievement. But doing it has more merit. "Wunder" is a small story, or so it seems, with only 4 actors and a single stage. But the strength of his images is very large. The staging, knowing that it was shot with a digital camera is more than acceptable. The deal, considering how little they leave, is very good, and finally, the music composed by John Fourcade is quite good. I understand he was awarded the "Accolade" by which, as the statue is called "Award of Merit", all in short it is meritorious. Good to know that its director and writer (and producer) Ruben Arnaiz will continue to offer things, at least different (in the blog I've seen his short film real image to be displayed in 3-D and his film "Double Session."
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