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What would a film look like if it were made without special effects, without "action", without "professional" actors pretending to be what they are not, without superheroes but with real people?
Such film would look like Yara, a miraculous and limpid film that reveals the beauty of simple things which the dominant cinema considers as unworthy.
Yara is a delicate film, a sweet and melancholic tale of youth, and a perfect antidote to the poison of formatted products that monopolize the screens around the world.
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