“Alma”

Produced in 2009 by Rodrigo Blaas,
an ex-Pixar animator, Alma tells us what
happened to a small kid walking one fine
day in the snowy streets of Barcelona.
But don’t get fooled by the light music
and the Christmas setting, as the story
harbors a dark, chilly twist to it.
Oh and by the way, “Alma” means “soul”
in Spanish. You’ll find out at the end of
the film why this is relevant.

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