A Review of Leon de Aranoa’s A PERFECT DAY

Director Leon de Aranoa’s A Perfect Day opens in 1995 “somewhere in the Balkans” with a bloated blue body in a well and two Aid Across Borders workers trying to retrieve it before the water source for the local village is contaminated beyond use. When the fraying rope snaps, more members of the team respond and the search is on for new rope to finish the job and thus ensues a day in the life of an aid worker(s) performing impossible feats under impossible circumstances with little resources and no support.

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A Review of Leon de Aranoa’s A PERFECT DAY