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Anina

Anina

Dec 12, 2015
3 PM

Directed by Alfredo Soderguit
Rated Not Rated, 80 min.
Free Screening

Underwritten by Park City Orthodontics & Farasha

Part of the Dual Language Immersion Film Program in partnership with Park City Library and Summit County Libraries

Screening at the Jim Santy Auditorium, Park City Library and Summit County Library, Kimball Junction at 3 pm.

Anina Yatay Salas is a ten-year-old girl who does not like her name. Each part is a palindrome, which means it reads the same both forwards and backwards. Her schoolmates are always teasing her about this, especially Anina's arch-enemy Yisel, who Anina sees as an "elephant". One day, Anina and Yisel get into a playground skirmish, so the school principal disciplines them with a weird punishment: they are both given a sealed black envelope which they are not allowed to open for an entire week. Haunted by nightmares and day-dreams, Anina in her anxiousness to find out what horrible punishment awaits her, will get mixed up in a series of adventures, involving secret loves, close friendships and dreadful enemies. Screened in Spanish with English subtitles.

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