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2018 | Color | 18:28

Arcángel is a fifty year old peasant facing accelerating vision loss. Before total darkness overtakes him, he needs to find a nursing home for Patrocinia, an elderly woman from his community that is totally dependant on him.


Country: México
Direction: Ángeles; Cruz
Script: Ángeles Cruz
Production: Ovando; Lola
Photography: Correa R.; Carlos
Sound: Trujillo; Carlos
Music: Luengas; Rubén
Cast:Jiménez Isabel; Victoria, Aparicio; Patrocinia, López Marroquín; Abel, Edith López Nicolás, Hernández; Noé
Art direction: Palafox; César
Participation year at FICM: 2019

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