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Spain short life of a saint

Spanish director Javier Fesser has sparked controversy and praise in equal measure for his third feature film, Camino, which delves into the curious world of Opus Dei as seen through the eyes of an 11-year-old girl. A favourite with both critics and audience alike at the San Sebastian film festival in September, where it had its world premiere, the film has gone on to perform well at the Spanish box office through Alta Films, taking just over $1m since its release on October 17.

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