Don’t Buy Milk

Directed by Julian Gallese

A portrait of a small dairy town in the tropics.


About the Director

Julian Gallese

Julian Gallese is an animation filmmaker from San José, Costa Rica. His work has been shown in festivals and galleries around the world.

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