Ever Changing Waters (Escrito en el agua)
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Ever Changing Waters (Escrito en el agua)
Bolivian-born Marcos Loayza directed this Argentine tale of city-teen Manuel, son of a successful chemical engineer father and a photographer mother. Manuel prefers to sit at his computer, so he protests when his parents tell him to go with his father on a visit to his grandfather, a veteran of the Spanish Civil War. Manuel spends time talking to his grandfather, but he also explores the winter countryside near a lake, and during his wanderings he meets a young woman who introduces him to sex. He sees his father in a new light after she tells him that his father's chemical company has… More