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Rated NR · 134 minutes · 2006

Drama, Suspense/Thriller

Espinosa is a master taxidermist and an epileptic who often speculates about committing the perfect crime. When his friend invites him on an ill-fated hunting trip, the opportunity to put his idle thoughts into action becomes a tantalizing reality. But Espinosa's keen observational skills and meticulous planning may not be enough to navigate through the nefarious world he uncovers in the dark woods and backroads of southern Argentina.

Official Site: www.uol.com.ar/buenavista/elaura/indexf.htm
Director: Fabian Bielinsky
Writer: Fabian Bielinsky
Producer: Mariela Besuievski, Pablo Bossi, Samuel Hadida and Gerardo Herrero
Cast: Ricardo Darín, Dolores Fonzi, Pablo Cedrón, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Jorge D'Elía, Alejandro Awada, Rafael Castejón, Manuel Rodal, Walter Reyno and Alejandro Gancé

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