Culpa (1993 film)

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Culpa (Spanish: guilt), sometimes referred to as Molina's Culpa, is a 1993 film directed by Cuban film director Jorge Molina. It is a black-and-white film that pioneered a postmodern use of Noir, blood, gore and pornography genres in Cuba. It tells the story of a priest and a prostitute who start a relationship while a serial killer is on the loose. flirts It was Jorge Molina's thesis while studying at the EICTV (Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV de San Antonio de los Baños).

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