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The Sea Inside (Mar Adentro) review

Dir: Alejandro Amenabar.Spain. 2004. 127mins.Though Alejandro Amenabar's new film screened only athird of the way into the Venice festival, the gut feeling after the earlypress screening on the Lido was that we had just been watching the Leone D'Oro.Still only 32, Amenabar proves with this moving study of a quadraplegic man whois determined to put an end to his life that he has the emotional and moralrange, if not the visual flamboyance, of Pedro ...

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