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Savarese <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 16 Jul 2002 23:22:28 -0300
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Dear Shane,

The film is from the nineties (1992) and was directed by Fernando Ezequiel
Solanas, the co-director of "The Hour of the Furnaces". The film is a
explicit criticism of the then president Carlos Menem politics.

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From: "Shane Nye" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 6:48 PM
Subject: 70s Argentinian Film?

> 70s Argentinian Film titled EL VIAJE
> Hi,
> Has anyone heard of this argentinan film.  The story
> is about a young boy goes in search of his father a
> truck driver who used to draw cartoons for him.  The
> movie has what some call surreal quality like a
> Felleni film.  For example, the presdient of the
> country has sold out his citizens to pay off bank
> debts and now part of the country is under water.
> thanks
> shane
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