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Our Time (Nuestro tiempo)
NAME OF FILM: OUR TIME (NUESTRO TIEMPO)
DIRECTOR(S): Carlos Reygadas
STARRING: Natalia López, Phil Burgers, Carlos Reygadas
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Juan and Ester have a farm where they breed fighting bulls. Juan is also a recognised poet, and he and his wife have an open relationship which allows them other lovers. But things get complicated when Ester starts sleeping with someone and says nothing about it to Juan.
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