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Parque

Dutch premiere
Available online: 20/03/2024
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Director Iván Asnicar & Ailén Cafiso
Argentina 2022
6 minutes

Synopsis

A park. Two bodies dance looking for the exit. Through the tour they find fantastic and real situations. The movement will carry them forward into the next age. A labyrinthine passage from Dance in the Park.

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A park. Two bodies dance looking for the exit. Through the tour they find fantastic and real situations. The movement will carry them forward into the next age. A labyrinthine passage from Dance in the Park.

Full credits

Section
online potential
Director
Iván Asnicar & Ailén Cafiso
Production countries
Argentina
Production year
2022
Duration
6 minutes
Producer
Potencial de acción
Website
http://potencialdeaccion.xyz

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