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    Bottom of the sea

    • Year Released: 2003
    Bottom of the Sea (Spanish: El fondo del mar) is a 2003 Argentine film directed by Damián Szifrón. The picture was produced by Sebastian Aloi, executive produced by Sebastian Aloi, Nathalie Cabiron, and Damián Cukierkorn. The associate producers were Diana Frey and Guillermo Otero. The film features Daniel Hendler, Dolores Fonzi and Gustavo Garzón among others. A slightly neurotic architecture student, Ezequiel Toledo (Daniel Hendler), drops by his girlfriend Ana's (Dolores Fonzi) home and finds Aníbal (Gustavo Garzón) hiding under her bed. He begins to suspect Ana and jealousy fills him. He decides to follow Aníbal, whom he's sure is having an affair with Ana. The film follows a night's odyssey as he trails his suspect and starts to gather small details about Aníbal identity. At one point Ezequiel sets fire to Aníbal's car and threatens his life. The story ultimately deals with jealousy and the maturity required to overcome that jealousy. The film was first presented at the Mar del Plata Film Festival at the March 11, 2003. It opened wide in Argentina on August 28, 2003. The film has been screened at some film festivals, including: the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France;
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