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Warehoused

Stranger Says:

A contemporary Mexican take on Waiting for Godot, but less absurdist and easier to digest. Instead of tackling ideas of God and religion, Warehoused comments on work and labor—the seemingly unquestioned ruler of our time. With deeply funny and charismatic characters as well as engaging philosophical commentary, this is one of the few SIFF films sure to please any crowd. (JULIA RABAN)
by Julia Raban
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Credits
Director
Jack Zagha Kababie
Cast
Hoze Meléndez, José Carlos Ruiz