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The tell tale heart

Raúl García, Spain, United States and Luxembourg, 2005, 9'45'', OVSS.

The Tell Tale Heart, one of Edgar Allan Poe's best-known
short stories, is a psychological portrait of a murderer who cannot
stop hearing the heartbeats of his victim. The narrator's voice
corresponds to a recording of Bela Lugosi which it was believed had
been lost and the drawings are inspired by those of Argentinian drawer
Alberto Breccia.