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That Feeling (Esa sensación)
by Mary Nyiri

Juan  Cavestany/ Julián Génisson/ Pablo Hernando, Spain 

Three directors, Juan Cavestany, Julián  Génisson, and Pablo Hernando, present three totally unrelated stories in one  film for apparently no discernible reason. The first film follows a woman about  town as she sexually molests various inanimate objects like a parking ticket  machine and a rock. (Although I have considered punching a ticket machine, I  have never thought about licking one.) At home, she enjoys bedtime with a metal  ladder. In between these dalliances are snippets from two other films. The  second film reveals a group of friends having dinner together. One person says  something totally inappropriate and nonsensical. In the next clip, another  person makes a ridiculous statement and muses that perhaps what his friend has  is contagious. In the third film, a son wonders why his father is sitting alone  in a café instead of working. He calls his dad and asks how he is and what he  is doing. While the son observes his father from outside the café, his father  explains he is busy at work. The rest of the film he follows his father around.  There’s a dog, and a church. None of these stories or characters is related so  staying through to the end of film is not really necessary. Except perhaps to  watch a middle-aged woman make screwing a bridge strut sexy for which this film  gets one star.