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'All of us consider ourselves unique. It's just the same for me. One day I forgot who I was - and I needed to get out of the maze.' Diego leads a pleasant and ordinary life. One night on TV, he sees a man identical to himself get killed in a road accident. From then on he begins to realise that nothing is what he thought: not his parents, not his wife. not even himself.

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Director : Guillermo Groizard - MPAA Rating : Suitable for 15 years and over

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