Lluis Quilez: Filming in the “Exclusion Zone”

In Graffiti, we witness the story of Edgar, a young teenager living in a warehouse in isolation after an unexplained incident has corrupted the world. We are never exactly told just what is going on, but we see Edgar in near-complete isolation within an abandoned building, with only his tag-along dog, named K.O. for company.
Things may change for the better when he receives a mysterious message on the wall, saying “Hello,” painted as graffiti, hence the title. Taking up a can himself, he sends...

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