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Film Fest Day 1: The Choices we Make

No man´s land. Prevalent nature. No amenities. Infrastructure non-existent. A proud man whose choice has always been to stay. Intruders. A friend. A TV or a mere plastic box for hens to play around with?

Tiempos Menos Modernos – Not so Modern Times by Simón Franco

Almost a theater-like butcher shop scenery. Religion. Family. Manipulation. Resoluteness or lack of. Love. Shattering of dreams.
“You can come back, this is your home.” The choice to go. Towards a new way of being. With “newborn” hope in your hands.

Halal Butcher Shop by Babek Aliassa


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2 thoughts on “Film Fest Day 1: The Choices we Make

  1. It was a very good movie. Love the “newborn” hope you mentioned. I loved the way she decided to make and take her choices… one..by one..

    Posted by Devyani | November 9, 2012, 12:25 pm
  2. Thanks Devyani. It was lovely to share the film with you. You are right – it was a chain of choices and incidents, one followed by the other. And after each I asked myself the intrusive question what would I choose if I were them?

    Posted by irinapashina | November 9, 2012, 12:49 pm

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