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Check out Claudio Ellovitch’s provoking short film PRAY

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PRAY is a 15-minute long psychedelic nightmare, very much inspired by Heavy Metal/ Metal Hurlant storytelling and visuals.
The film is available for online viewing until September 25th as part of the Viewster Online Film Festival:
Contains religious themes, nudity, violence, gore and other things that will disturb some folks. We reckon it would be rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America – so viewer discretion is advised.
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