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Moon Heart OR''

Moon Heart OR''

Moon Heart

"Moon heart" is the story of M: an old woman who lives adrift: a lonely shadow that crosses her own geography every day. She spends her days dreaming about her past, until one day she finds something very similar to her: an ant. And what does a person do when they find an ant? You crush it with your finger, you blow it away. Instead, M decides to share her world with it. A world made of nostalgic memories and a dark presence that haunts her, until the day a "mechanical angel" arrives to help her.

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Vector set of cute animals: fox, bear, rabbit, squirrel, wolf, hedgehog, owl, deer, cat, mouse, birds. Collection of graphic elements: flowers, stars, clouds, arrows. Vector set of cute animals: fox, bear, rabbit, squirrel, wolf, hedgehog, owl, deer, cat, mouse, birds. Collection of graphic elements: flowers, stars, clouds, arrows, plants.The Moon Represents My Heart is the second feature-length film from Hsu, following a debut, the fiction feature La Salada, which won several prizes, including the Best First Film Award of the Argentinean Academy. The blend of personal history and fictional elements bears some similarities to Jorge Thielen Armand’s La Soledad, but rather than functioning as an integral part of the film, the fictional elements here can feel a little superfluous and tacked-on. Still, the film’s idiosyncratic approach and indomitable matriarch should recommend it to further documentary festivals and programs, particularly those which explore the more experimental fringes of factual filmmaking. (Source: www.screendaily.com)

 

 

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