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Argentina - Out of the past

"I am 100% French...and I am 100% Argentinian," says the Buenos Aires-born writer-director Lucia Cedron. Her family story played an important part in her debut feature Lamb Of God, the opening film at this year's Rotterdam International Film Festival. Cedron is the daughter of film-maker and political activist Jorge 'The Tiger' Cedron. In 1976, during the Argentinian dictatorship, her family went into exile in France. Jorge Cedron died in shadowy circumstances in Paris in 1980.

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