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2010 | Color | 12 min 30 seg

Happiness is a long journey that begins on a rare and special day.

Country: México
Direction: Armella; Carlos
Script: Armella; Carlos
Production: Aedo; Yadira, Motta; Viviana, Godínez; Sandra
Photography: Rodríguez; Diego
Sound: González Jordán; Federico, Zamorano; Carlos
Music: Fernández; Gerardo
Cast:Velázquez; Noe, Meneses; Patricia, Mendoza; Ricardo, Mendoza; Itzel, Pérez; Rubén, Ignacio; Lupita, Gómez; Tania Jocelyn
Participation year at FICM: 2010

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