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Minotaur's Dance

France, 1997 (MIFF 1998, Animation)

Director: Lorenzo Recio

A minotaur lives in his labyrinth, his time spent praying and drinking. Unable to cope with his isolation any longer he leaves his seclusion to seek forbidden pleasures, but, obtaining what he desires comes at a price.

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