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Feature film competition at Milano Film Festival

Milano Film Festival – 13th edition

Ainda orangotangos (Still Orangutans) by Gustavo Spolidoro, Brasile, 2007, 35mm, 81'
From Brazil a reckless film shot using one single long take. Eight stories collide, creating an almost surreal atmosphere.

El asesino entre nosotros (The Murderer Among Us) by Daniel Benavides, Cile, 2007, DV, 83'
A Chilean film, written by a secondary-school class. A murder, many suspects. A cold, sharp, disenchanted noir thriller.

Ballast by Lance Hammer, USA, 2008, 35mm, 96'
An intense, gloomy drama from the South of the US. Filmed using non-professional actors, it was selected for Berlin Festival.

De Ofrivilliga (Involuntary) by Ruben Östlund, Svezia, 2008, 35mm, 98'
From Cannes' Certain Regard section, the debut work of a filmmaker who had already been selected for Milano Film Festival. Entwined stories taking place in the estranging Swedish summer.

Jin bi hui huang (Fujian Blue) by Weng Shou-ming, Cina, 2007, 35mm, 91'
From modern China, a portrait of the decline experienced by the country after the advent of capitalism. The debut film of a 26-year-old filmmaker.

Lassú Tükör (Slow Mirror) by Igor e Ivan Buharov, Ungheria, 2007, 35mm, 86'
The Budapest version of Ciprì and Maresco, the Buharov Brothers finally present their first fiction film. The melancholy and upset story of a man who undergoes an extremely unsuccessful tongue operation...

Mír s tuleni (Peace With Seals) by Miloslav Novak, Repubblica Ceca/Italia, 2007, 16mm, 86'
The first film in the world about a monk seal. A crazy trip to discover why people have replaced seals during evolution.

Rusalka (Mermaid) by Anna Melikyan, Russia, 2007, 35mm, 115'
The urban fairytale of mermaid Alisa, who at the age of six stops talking, and at the age of 18 leaves her home by the sea and moves to Moscow. Anna Melikian’s new film, that opened Berlin’s Panorama section.

La sangre brota (Blood Appears) by Pablo Fendrik, Argentina/Francia/Germania, 2008, 35mm, 100'
A dirty matter of money can even part families. Argentinian film talent Pablo Fendrik presents an Italian premiere.

Ztracená dovolená (Lost Holiday) by Lucie Králová, Repubblica Ceca/Cina/Svezia, 2007, 35mm, 84'
A detective documentary on the track of six Chinese men. A suitcase found in Sweden. Suspects, reconstructions, and televisions.

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